Central Florida nonprofit planning more lifesaving missions to help Ukraine refugees

MAITLAND, Fla. — A Central Florida nonprofit is taking an extra step to help Ukraine refugees.

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Joe Hurston with Air Mobile Ministries just got back from the Ukraine-Poland border and is already looking ahead to another trip.

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He deployed nearly a dozen water purifiers during his last trip.

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Each unit can give a thousand people water every day for years using little electricity.

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Hurston believes this machine is a miracle to those in need.

“We got there, we trained people and put them into place,” Hurston said. “Then they immediately said ‘we need more, we need more.’ I’m just so glad we have a machine that can save lives.”

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Hurston is already planning his next few trips.

In the next two weeks, he plans to arrive with ten more units.

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