"We heard on a radio program that the Salvation Army needed thespace, and within a half hour our partners had identified the spaceand reached out to their representatives," according to JeffreyDonnelly, an Emmes associate.


Initially, the space will be used to house truckloads of reliefsupplies arriving from throughout the country. In addition,essential items to be used by relief workers involved in thecleanup of the World Trade Center will also be stored there.

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