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Burnet Man Helps Disabled Haitians

Dr. Fred Sorrells of Burnet distributes a solar panel and solar rechargable lamp
By Nora Hopkins
Burnet Bulletin
Burnet, Texas
March 10, 2010
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Dr. Fred Sorrells of Burnet distributes a solar panel and solar rechargable lamp to an earthquake victim at the general hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The lamp provides up to 30 hours of light and can be recharged in five hours with the small solar panel. Sorrells plans to distribute thousands of these $19 units to those rendered homeless by the Jan. 12 earthquake.

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