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Red Cross volunteers deploy to West Virginia for flood relief

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Red Cross volunteers from Mississippi are being deployed to West Virginia to help those affected by recent flooding.  

The Red Cross says thousands of people are without power and gas service. Dozens of roads are closed due to flood damage.  

Volunteers from Mississippi will assist by handing out clean-up items and helping with case work.

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