They're "on the road again!" Local Red Cross volunteers Lisamarie Griffin of Bossier City and Charles Adams of Benton rolled out this afternoon from the chapter's office. They're taking the chapter's Emergency Response Vehicle to North Brunswick, New Jersey, to support the disaster response from Hurricane Sandy. That's about a 23-hour drive. The Monroe-based Red Cross ERV also hit the road today. It, too, is bound for New Jersey. Both ERV's will be used to reach affected areas and provide them with whatever supplies and services are needed -- things like food, water, clean-up supplies, and even family case work.