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Augusta fire department in need of specific donations for storm victims

Augusta Fire Department (photo: WFXG) Augusta Fire Department (photo: WFXG)
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Donations are still needed for evacuees staying in Augusta.

The Augusta Fire Department is accepting donations until 8 p.m. daily while the need is still there.

You can drop off items at the old fire station at 2163 Central Avenue in Augusta.

T-shirts, socks, underwear and adult diapers are all needed.

These items must be new to be accepted.

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