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Gulfport Fire Dept. Collecting Donations for Tornado Victims

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Updated: 5/01/2014 6:36 pm
Another group along the Coast is trying to help offer relief for victims of the Louisville tornado. The Gulfport Fire Station on Cowan-Lorraine Road is opening its doors to collect donations for victims of the disaster. Anyone with donations is welcome to drop them off at the new station until Monday morning.

Hank Levins, the Deputy Chief of the Gulfport Fire Department, says, “We offered a spot, station 7 at 210 Cowan Road, close to the beach, Highway 90. Anytime between now and Monday morning, citizens can drop off goods, water, non-perishable foods, anything you think they may need.” All donated supplies will be taken to Louisville on Monday.

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