The Baltimore area American Red Cross is sending their last crews for Hurricane Irma help.
Two people will be driving to South Carolina in an Emergency Response Vehicle to help with Hurricane Irma damage, and helping people displaced by the storm.
The American Red Cross says they have a massive response to the storm, stretching their help from the U.S. Virgin islands through Florida and the mid-Atlantic region.
As of Monday, 377,000 people have looked for shelters to stay in across six states, including South Carolina. There are reports of 660 people in 23 evacuation centers around the state.