Red Cross disaster workers from ten states not including Nebraska have come to the Cornhusker state to bring relief to tornado victims.
Among those workers are several mental health professionals offering help with emotional trauma.
The Red Cross also brought along one of its nine emergency communications response vehicles to provide quicker assistance. The vehicle is equipped with a 50-foot antenna and other high tech items.
Last weekend's tornado leveled the village of Hallam and caused widespread damage throughout many southeastern Nebraska communities.