REDDING, Calif. - The Shasta Community Health Center's Hope team has set up a truck in the parking lot of Shasta College to provide free medical treatment for evacuees of the Carr Fire.
Many that have been dispaced by the Carr Fire no longer have access to medications or medical treatment that may be needed, and the Hope team is providing assistance with that by getting people medications and providing any treatment necessary.
The team said that they have seen over 100 patients in the last three days they have been at Shasta College.
They will be in the parking lot until 4 p.m. every day as long as they are needed.
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