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Nurse strike team members who traveled to North Carolina

2018-09-25 - Frankfort, KY - Photo courtesy KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
Pictured are the nurse strike team members who traveled to North Carolina as part of the state's emergency response for Hurricane Florence. They are standing with a North Carolina Army National Guard helicopter crew member who flew the team into a disaster area. Featured left to right are North Carolina Army National Guard crew member; Angela Kik, Department for Public Health (DPH); Christopher Smith, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department; Rachel Harrison, Bracken County Health Department; Sherita Hall, Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness; Charlene Woodard, Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness; Sandy Glover, DPH; Stephanie Carpenter, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department; Heather Toews, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department; Shelley Wood, Department for Insurance; Rebecca Hardin, DPH; and Nancy Hamilton, DPH.

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