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Donations still needed for Nashville flood victims

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF)- It's not too late to donate items to the flood victims in Nashville.

A group in Huntsville is gathering items like sunscreen, clothes, and restaurant gift cards to take to those who lost everything. 

They're working in part with Grace Chapel Leipers Fork in Franklin, Tennessee, and the group Hands on Nashville.

They are making about two trips to Nashville a week, and will continue as long as items are being brought in.

"We're just happy to find a way to help. We're not in Nashville, but this could happen here just as easily, they're our neighbors so we like to take care of them," said volunteer Lacy Pruitt.

If you'd like to help you can email them at disasterresponseteam@gmail.com

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