Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: November 6, 6:01 am)
By Kristie Hamon
Landmark News Service
It’s common to hear of the Red Cross aiding people in times of national disasters, but the organization also works on the local level to assist those in need.
The local chapter, which covers Nelson, Marion and Washington counties, responds to a variety of emergency situations. A recent emergency in Nelson County was an instance of carbon monoxide inside a home in Fairfield.
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