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Public Health Nurses provide calm after the storm

Author: Dana Kazel on Aug 15 2016

When a severe storm blew over trees and knocked out power in parts of St. Louis County last month, teams of employees from many departments responded, including the Sheriff's Office, Public Works and the Assessor's Office. There was also a team of Public Health nurses. Here's a look at how they helped some of our County's most vulnerable citizens

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Public Health Nurses provide calm after the storm

When a severe storm blew over trees and knocked out power in parts of St. Louis County last month, teams of employees from many departments responded, including the Sheriff's Office, Public Works and the Assessor's Office. There was also a team of Public Health nurses. Here's a look at how they helped some of our County's most vulnerable citizens

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