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Salvation Army to deploy mobile feeding units to Hattiesburg

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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

The Salvation Army will be deploying mobile feeding units from Jackson and Biloxi on Monday.

The units will be heading to Hattiesburg at daybreak to support disaster response following Sunday's tornado, according to Mark Jones, Divisional Communications Director with The Salvation Army.

Each unit will carry teams of two to three volunteers and they will be prepared to serve lunch and dinner for several days.

The Salvation Army will update its Twitter page once they know the locations the feeding units will be stationed.

You can find the Twitter page at https://twitter.com/salarmyalm 

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