Red Cross helps people impacted by Sun Prairie explosion

SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. (WKOW) — The Red Cross is assisting people who were impacted by an explosion in Sun Prairie Tuesday night.

Red Cross Wisconsin said on Twitter it has a reception center available at Sun Prairie High School. Snacks, water, cots and care from volunteers are being provided. 

At one point, Red Cross Wisconsin reported they were helping more than 120 people. Early Wednesday morning leaders said about 80 people chose to stay at the high school overnight.

If you or someone you know needs help after the explosion, you’re invited to Sun Prairie High School at 888 Grove Street.



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