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Onida Red Cross Volunteer Helping with Sandy Relief

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A longtime Red Cross volunteer from Onida who has helped victims of 9/11, Missouri River flooding last year and Hurricane Isaac in Louisiana this year is being mobilized to help in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

Nancy McKenney was flying to White Plains, N.Y., on Friday to help with disaster relief. She could be there up to three weeks. McKenney has been with the Red Cross for two decades.

Several Red Cross volunteers from North Dakota also have headed to the East Coast since Sandy made landfall in New Jersey on Monday with devastating effects.

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