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Hurricane experience shared by volunteers living in Florida

OMAHA, Nebraska  — Omaha Rapid Response plans to send teams to the southeast in a few weeks, once the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Ian is clearly recognized.

The religious organization was founded 22 years ago and is comprised of volunteers.

In the aftermath of previous hurricanes, they have assisted towns with cleanup and reconstruction.

Mary Nelson met with volunteers Zoe and Martin Howard, who just relocated from Omaha, Nebraska to Palm Coast, Florida.

As Ian flew over their residence on Thursday, they discussed the next steps.

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