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Duluth's Red Cross Helping with Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts

Diane Dunder left on Tuesday morning to help with the Hurricane Florence relief efforts. Diane Dunder left on Tuesday morning to help with the Hurricane Florence relief efforts. |  Photo: WDIO-TV

WDIO-TV
Updated: September 11, 2018 06:13 PM

DULUTH - A volunteer from the American Red Cross Northland Chapter in Duluth left on Tuesday morning to help with the Hurricane Florence relief efforts.

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Diane Dunder packed the truck to get ready for her trip to Raleigh, North Carolina. She and another volunteer from St. Cloud will stay in Raleigh until the hurricane hits.

They will then be sent to deliver food or help wherever it is needed. 

Dunder says volunteering is a top priority, and that it comes second only to family.

"I love working with the Red Cross. I really do. This is my 15th year, and it's an education, it's an adventure, you meet wonderful people, and you get more than you give," said Dunder.

This is Dunder's 33rd national deployment in her 15th year of volunteering. 

The deployment in Raleigh is expected to be three weeks long.

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