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At the AmeriCares warehouse in Stamford, Conn., senior warehouse associate Philip Tu loads one of thirty-three pallets of medical relief supplies onto a semi-trailer that will go to Miami to be airlifted to Haiti to aid trauma victims of the recent earthquake. Supplies include 3 million dollars' worth of antibiotics, bandages and several other medical products including body bags that have been donated by pharmaceutical companies. AmeriCares is a relief agency based in Stamford that has been working in Haiti since 1984.
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