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South Florida Red Cross volunteers head north as Barry threatens Gulf

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South Florida Red Cross volunteers head north as Barry threatens Gulf

South Florida Red Cross volunteers head north as Barry threatens Gulf

As people living along the Gulf Coast brace for Tropical Storm Barry, area first responders are deploying.

Samuel Pierre, a Palm Springs resident, is one of 11 Red Cross workers from the South Florida region who left for Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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