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First person: Witnessing both pain and human resilience in Oso

by Barbara Wood

As a Red Cross volunteer I've seen areas devastated by hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and fires. I've talked to people who have had their homes ripped apart around them, who have lost all their belongings, who have no place to call home months after a disaster.

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