Mary and Gary share their experience as Red Cross Volunteers during Hurricane Sally

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Gary and Mary Mattingly, two Red Cross volunteers. Photo submitted

After Hurricane Sally tore across the Gulf Coast, volunteers from the American Red Cross had boots on the ground as soon as possible to aid those affected by the storm. We spoke with Gary and Mary Mattingly, a husband and wife volunteer team, to hear their story.

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How to help Hurricane Sally victims along the Gulf Coast

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Flooding from Hurricane Sally. Photo submitted

The sun is out, but the damage is far from over. Hurricane Sally is the first hurricane to make landfall in Alabama since Hurricane Ivan in 2004, exactly sixteen years ago. Relief efforts are still underway to pick up the pieces—here’s how you can help victims weather the storm.

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