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Help has arrived in the small town of Corning, Kan. Some newly-trained volunteers are spending time there to help kick start the recovery efforts.
A group of seven volunteers left yesterday morning from the local Red Cross office, headed to Corning in Nemaha County.
The volunteers work for Blue Cross and Blue Shield, the Red Cross trained the group of nearly 30 volunteers to respond to large scale disasters like tornadoes or flooding.