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    Gallery: Local Salvation Army caseworker headed to Puerto Rico - Photo by Elise Klysa | of | Share this photo

    Lt. Anagelys Cruz, of the Salvation Army Capital Region Corps, stands in front doorway of organization's offices on Eastern Avenue in Augusta on Friday. Cruz is preparing to depart to Puerto Rico, her home country, to provide support to residents affected by the recent hurricane.

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    Salvation Army caseworker Amber White, left meets with Lt. Anagelys Cruz Friday as they discuss arrangements for Cruz's upcoming trip to Puerto Rico. Cruz, who was born in Puerto Rico, will provide assistance to residents affected by the devastating hurricane.

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    Lt. Anagelys Cruz holds a Puerto Rico flag at the Salvation Army Capital Region offices on Friday. Cruz, who is from Arecibo, Puerto Rico, is going to the U.S. territory to help with relief efforts organized by the Salvation Army.

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    Gallery: Local Salvation Army caseworker headed to Puerto Rico - Photo courtesy of Lt. Anagelys Cruz | of | Share this photo

    The Cruz family of Arecibo, Puerto Rico, is shown in a selfie photo in their vehicle after Hurricane Maria struck the island. From left, mom Ana Montijo, dad Angel Cruz and brother Luis Cruz, smile in the photo sent to their daughter, Lt. Anagelys Cruz, who is serving in The Salvation Army Capital Region Corps in Augusta.

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