Now, this is NOT a constitutional issue. The Red Cross is a private organization. It has every right to be intolerant. But that doesn't make this any the less intolerance.
Nobody would question the impropriety of persisting if somebody objecting to being prayed with. But that's not the issue. The issue is the Red Cross not allowing people to pray with victims at all. What if the officer had been a clergyman? What if he'd been a police or National Guard chaplain?
This is disgraceful behavior from an organization which probably ought to get itself a new symbol