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More than 200 housed in Red Cross Shelters because of winter storm

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The American Red Cross has 18 shelters open across central Alabama.

According to the organization, there are currently 27 workers and volunteers helping 244 people who are in need of a warm place to stay.

As of 11am Wednesday, First Baptist Church Sylacauga in Talladega had the most occupants, with 70 people.

Meanwhile, the Pell City Civic Center in St. Clair County housed 65 people.

See the full list of Red Cross Shelters below.  For other warming stations, click here.

Blount County: Hayden First Baptist Church, Snead Senior Citizen Shelter

Cleburne County: Heflin Baptist Church

Cullman County: Cullman Civic Center

Etowah County: Carnes Recreation Center, Elliot Recreation Center, Salvation Army, Glencoe Senior Center and Altoona Community Center

St. Clair County: Pell City Civic Center, Eden Westside Church, Steele UMC, UMC Church Moody, Pell City High School and Munford Fire Department

Talladega County: First Baptist Church Sylacauga, Eureka Baptist Church

Tuscaloosa County: Skyland Baptist Church

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