Lexington First Responders To Help With Tornado Relief

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Updated: 5/22/2013 1:27 pm
Police officers firefighters, EMTs, and volunteers will be helping with tornado relief starting next week.

They'll be leaving Friday, May 31st and staying through Wednesday, June 5th.

The goal of the group is to help first responders among others in Oklahoma who may not be asking for help.

They're looking for donations of debris removal equipment, cleaning supplies, gift cards for the victims, clothes, toys, books, and money.

You can donate money at any Central Bank location in the care of "FOP Storm Relief Fund."

All other donations can be made at the Bluegrass FOP building at 1097 Duval Street in Lexington.

You can get more information and updates here.
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