ROSEVILLE, Minn. -- Clean-up help is on the way to Duluth. A three person disaster team left the Salvation Army's Minnesota headquarters in Roseville Friday morning.
They loaded up a trailer with pallets of clean-up kits to pass out to people dealing with the worst flooding Duluth has ever seen.
The team is joining another team already on the ground in Moose Lake, which is under a state of emergency from the severe flooding there. Another two teams from Brainerd and Grand Forks will join them Monday.
All the teams are equipped with a Salvation Army mobile kitchen to serve food and drinks and offer emotional support.
You can help the Salvation Army's effort. Monetary donations can be made at thesalarmy.com or by calling 800-SAL-ARMY. You can also text the word "Bucket" to 80888 to make a one-time donation of $10.
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