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More relief supplies for Oklahoma departs

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Photo courtesy: Peachtree City Police Department Photo courtesy: Peachtree City Police Department
Photo courtesy: Peachtree City Police Department Photo courtesy: Peachtree City Police Department
Photo courtesy: Peachtree City Police Department Photo courtesy: Peachtree City Police Department
PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. -

More help is on the way for the victims of the deadly tornado in Moore, Oklahoma thanks to the Peachtree City Police Department.

The department had been collection non-perishable food, water, personal hygiene products, toiletries, baby items as well as other items that will help in the relief and reconstruction efforts.

An 18-wheeler full of those supplies left the city on the trip west on Friday.

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