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Responders with the Douglas Air Evac Lifetime 90 are pulling together to help a longtime flight paramedic, Andrew Kersey, and his family after they lost everything in a fire at their Appling County home on Monday morning.
The Douglas Air Evac team shared the news on Tuesday and asked for prayers and thoughts for the Kersey family. They also listed a number of items the family needs, including clothes for their two children.
The post states, "The greatest needs are clothing and shoes, towels, washcloths, various home goods, and more. The sizes include: men's 32/30 pants, large shirts, size 9 shoes; women's size 8 pants, medium shirts, size 9 shoes; girls' sizes 10/12, shoes size 9, and girls' sizes 5T/6T, shoes toddler size 4."
For more information on how to donate, please call (912) 384-0193.
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