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Trailer loads of donations leave Salisbury heading east

David Whisenant-WBTV David Whisenant-WBTV
SALISBURY, NC (WBTV) -

Two trailer loads of donations for victims of the flooding in eastern North Carolina are one the way from Salisbury, thanks to the community.

The items, including one trailer stocked with bottled water, were donated by locals at a drop off point at Tilley Harley-Davidson.  Tilley's worked with Operation North State with the project.

The items will be going to the Fayetteville area to help military families who have suffered loss as a result of the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew.

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