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NLMC carries goods to Joplin tornado victims

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Northern Louisiana Medical Center registered nurse John Lee, far left, and family, daughter Callie, wife Jenny and son J.T. (left to right), prepare to leave for Joplin, Mo., last week to deliver tornado relief supplies.

Even in the age of high definition television, there’s still nothing like experiencing something firsthand and being able to feel the surrounding atmosphere — seeing it in living color.

Northern Louisiana Medical Center registered nurse John Lee and family got to do exactly that last week as they hauled a trailer full of relief supplies to victims of the recent tornado in Joplin, Mo.

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