Alabama Baptist DR puts on yellow shirts, heads to South Carolina

When the rain continued to fall on the East Coast recently and the water began to seemingly come up from the ground, South Carolina Disaster Relief knew it would need help. It issued a request for support and Alabama answered.

Record-setting rainfall from Hurricane Joaquin has caused disasterous flooding, breached 14 dams and, at press time, caused 19 confirmed fatalities in South Carolina.

Within a few hours of the request for help, Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief deployed four mud-out teams, an administrative personnel team and a feeding unit that will primarily be tasked with feeding Alabama volunteers. (continued…)

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