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Looking for specific information about friends in Hattiesburg
      #53299 - Thu Sep 01 2005 01:51 PM

Can anyone tell me what the conditions in Hattiesburg are like? I have dear friends, the Alfords, who just recently bought their new house there. Been trying to reach them for a few days with no luck... power is down and such. Anyone know of injuries and loss in Hattiesburg, and what the conditions are like? Thanks.

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Re: Looking for specific information about friends in Hattiesburg [Re: homegrown]
      #53300 - Thu Sep 01 2005 01:55 PM

Their first names are Mac and Dragana.

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