Minnesota National Guard loads humanitarian aid onto plane bound for Honduras

Created: June 13, 2020 05:50 PM

Members of the Minnesota National Guard helped load thousands of pounds of humanitarian aid Saturday in St. Paul.

The C-17 aircraft arrived Saturday afternoon at the 133rd Airlift Wing, and the National Guard members loaded up the plane, which was bound for Danli, Honduras.


The medical equipment included walkers, wheelchairs, specialty strollers and other accessibility equipment. Once the supplies reach Honduras, a nonprofit organization will distribute them to the local disabled community.

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