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OK Baptist General Convention Assessing Saturday Storm Damage

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The Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma's (BGCO) Disaster Relief damage assessment volunteers said Saturday they are closely following up storm-hit areas of Oklahoma on May 16.

According to Sam Porter, BGCO Disaster Relief Director, the trained volunteer groups are able to rapidly identify areas that potentially will need served by their debris clean up teams.

In addition, the BGCO debris clean-up teams continue to serve areas devastated by the May 6 storms, including southwest Oklahoma City. The Baptists, which prepared more than 15,000 meals to victims of the May 6 storms as part of its overall relief efforts, offer a wide array of services to storm victims.

5/16/2015 Related Story: Severe Storms Cause Damage In Western OK

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