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Oklahomans Head To North Carolina To Help Hurricane Victims

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Volunteers with the Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief team are loading up in Edmond. Volunteers with the Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief team are loading up in Edmond.
EDMOND, Oklahoma -

Oklahomans are headed to North Carolina Wednesday morning to help those hit hardest by Hurricane Matthew.

Volunteers with the Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief team are loading up in Edmond. They will head to Greenville, North Carolina.

The team will supply its mobile kitchen unit and shower unit. With the kitchen unit, the team can serve up to 300-thousand meals per day.

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