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Save the Children sending relief to Moore victims
May 21, 2013 13:22 GMT
MOORE, Okla. (AP) -- Relief organization Save the Children says it's sending help to families affected by Monday's deadly tornado in Moore.
Save the Children CEO Carolyn Miles says experience shows that children are most vulnerable during emergencies. The organization plans to send kits for shelters to create safe play spaces for children displaced by Monday's deadly tornado.
The organization is also sending hygiene materials for infants and toddlers.
Save the Children has served thousands of children in major U.S. emergencies, including Hurricane Katrina and the 2011 tornadoes in Tuscaloosa, Ala.; and Joplin, Mo.
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