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Volunteer Headed To Fire Zone

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Volunteer Headed To Fire Zone

A retired biomedical engineer from Herried (South Dakota) headed out this weekend to Arizona to help those fighting and those impacted by wild fires. Steve Swann, who’s volunteering with the American Red Cross will do a number of jobs out west…

Swann says each Red Cross volunteer is asked to serve a minimum of two weeks when deployed…

Swann has had quite a bit of experience volunteering at disaster scenes…

Swann says the Red  Cross is always looking for donations and those that can volunteer their time to help out.

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