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Fundraiser for Tornado Victims

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One of the homes damaged by Thursday's storm. (Photo: WBOC) One of the homes damaged by Thursday's storm. (Photo: WBOC)
CAMDEN, Del. - Volunteers are offering to lend a helping hand to get those impacted by Thursday's E-F-1 tornado back on their feet as quickly as possible.

The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado was part of a storm that damaged about a dozen homes in Kent County, Del., leaving two people injured.

Kent County emergency management director Colin Faulkner said two homes have been condemned and three others sustained significant damage.

Well along with dozens of people volunteering their time and labor to help with the clean-up and the rebuilding process, the Marydel Volunteer Fire Department has started an online fundraiser with all of the money collected going to those impacted by Thursday's tornado.

Anyone interested in donating to the fund can visit http://www.youcaring.com/station56 for more information.
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