JOPLIN, Mo., May 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Since early this week, the 23-member Humane Society of Missouri Disaster Response
Below please find a link to download or view via YouTube an on-scene video featuring members of the HSMO Disaster Response Team in action led by HSMO Vice President of Operations, Debbie Hill.
The video includes HSMO animal rescuers:
LINKS TO VIDEO SHOT BY HUMANE SOCIETY OF MISSOURI IN JOPLIN:
The Humane Society of Missouri has been named by the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency as the lead animal welfare agency in response to disasters and other emergencies in Missouri. Currently, a 23-person Disaster Response Team consisting of animal rescue, sheltering and veterinary professionals and trained emergency volunteers is working in the Joplin area. To date more than 200 animals have been aided by the HSMO team.
SOURCE Humane Society of Missouri
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