McKinley Fire Video of Clean Up and Recovery: Team Rubicon Volunteers from Alaska and the Lower 48

#McKinleyFire With 52 private residences and 84 outbuildings destroyed by the wind driven wildfire on August 17th and 18th, Team Rubicon has been providing impacted homeowners like Susan Bell assistance with debris removal and clean up efforts.

Homeowners who have lost everything have an often overwhelming list of actions that are needed to be taken. Often the hardest part is just starting moving metal and debris, and even that first step can be difficult to take. Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams and help homeowners like Susan take the first steps towards recovery and rebuilding. Sign up to volunteer @ teamrubiconusa.org. As more volunteers get involved, more work can and will be done. 

If you prefer, we post all videos and additional content to support our transparency campaign at our YouTube Channel: tinyurl.com/McKinleyFireYoutube

Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) distributes donations like clothes, shoes, winter gear, bedding, and food. They have locations in Big Lake, Wasilla, Talkeetna, and Willow. 907-745-5827

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