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September 14, 2004

Albany- Airgas South on Gillionville Road had more than 30 generators Tuesday.

They sold around six and sent a dozen each to stores in Dothan and Birmingham. Still, managers say there are a few of the 10,000 watt generators left for South Georgia customers.

"We still have a safety stock of about six here that we're keeping in Albany. We have been told that we may have some available on Thursday or Friday if needed that will be coming into other Airgas facilities," says branch manager, Kelly Glenn.

Airgas also has several thousand pounds of dry ice available to protect food if Ivan knocks out power.

Posted at 9:10 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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