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Last updated on Wednesday, January 9, 2008
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indianapolis Red Cross is assisting with flood relief in Northern Indiana.
Four Red Cross workers from have been dispatched to the Lafayette chapter. Spokeswoman Kit Werbe says the four were chosen because they all have managerial experience. They will be doing things like crisis counseling.
Governor Mitch Daniels and Indiana Department of Homeland Security Director Eric Dietz will be in White and Pulaski counties to survey flood damage today.
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