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Website set up for donations to Ind. blast victims

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Sunday, November 18, 2012 09:29 am
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis church that's providing relief to victims of last weekend's deadly neighborhood explosion has created a centralized website where donations can be made to the disaster's victims.Fire Capt. Rita Burris says Southport Presbyterian Church created the link "to allow donations to be distributed to those most in need, in a more timely manner."

The centralized donation site is http://www.southportpc.org/relief .

The church on Indianapolis' far south side and any Indianapolis BMO Harris Bank branch is still accepting in-person donations for the explosion's victims. The Nov. 10 suspected natural gas explosion killed two people, destroyed five homes and damaged about three dozen other homes.


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