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Rescue Center receives help from community after storm

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TIFTON, GA (WALB) -

A Tifton rescue center known for helping others is getting a little help itself after Friday's storm.

Severe weather ripped off the roof at Brother Charlie's Rescue Center on 326 Beech Street. No one was injured. An insurance adjuster will assess the damage Tuesday. Several churches quickly offered help.

"We've got companies giving us bids on it. The local churches have asked to assists us in getting the area cleaned up and ready to do the work," said Rod Maggert.   

You can help Brother Charlie's Rescue Center by contacting them at 229-382-0577.

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