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How to donate to U.S. Marines and Leflore County first responders

Source: MEMA Source: MEMA
Source: MEMA Source: MEMA
LEFLORE COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Donations are now being accepted for the U.S. Marines and the Leflore County first responders following the plane crash that left 16 service members dead. 

READ MORE: Fifteen Marines, one Navy Corpsman killed in Mississippi plane crash

In a Facebook post, MEMA posted a message on behalf of the Leflore County Emergency Management Director Fred Randle.

Donations will be accepted at North Greenwood Baptist Church at 615 Grand Boulevard in Greenwood. 

RELATED: MILITARY PLANE CRASH IN MISS.

For any questions about donations, please contact Pastor Jim Phillips at 662-392-3474 or Fred Randle, Leflore County EMA at 662-299-2600.

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