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Six-state storm kills 30
Thu May 1, 2014
Northwoods RN To Aid Arkansas Victims
A Rhinelander-area woman is in Arkansas to help tornado victims north of Little Rock.
Tuesday, at least 30 people died in six states affected by intense thunderstorms and tornados.
Carol Miller is a trained Red Cross Disaster Relief volunteer. She told Ken Krall she got the call to help out.
Miller says she will be working with people who lost medications, or devices in the storm she will help to find replacements.
This is Miller's seventh Red Cross deployment. She encouraged people to consider a donation.
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