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Seeing the Disaster Up Close
Seeing the Disaster Up Close

AIR DATE: May 27, 2011

When there's a natural or manmade disaster, one of the organizations on hand to help victims is the Red Cross.  That's been the case for more than a century.  Recently in the news we've been witness to the destructive forces of massive tornado strikes in Alabama and Missouri and floods along the Mississippi.  We're joined by a Red Cross volunteer from here in Southern Nevada who was recently helping out with the Mississippi floods.  And, she shares stories and experiences and why she loves her work.
Jennifer Ramieh, Red Cross Volunteer
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