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Firefighters continue to collect donations for flood victims

The truck is outside of the Albany Mall and very close to being filled. The truck is outside of the Albany Mall and very close to being filled.
Eugene Anderson Eugene Anderson
If they are able to fill the truck, they will be able to make their goal. If they are able to fill the truck, they will be able to make their goal.
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany Fire Department is still taking donations to fill the trailer at the Coke plant for South Carolina flood victims. 

The truck is outside of the Albany Mall and very close to being filled. Firefighters are asking for donations such as water, bleach, and baby care items.

If they are able to fill the truck, they will be able to make their goal. 

"If we get this truck full we probably have to use this as a second truck. If we fill it up we probably got a good 16 to 20 pallets here," said Eugene Anderson.

Firefighters will be at Albany Mall from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day until the trailer is filled.

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