James and Doris Thompson, residents of Stone Mountain, GA, had a first-hand encounter with a life-altering disaster. The husband and wife recently experienced a methane gas explosion and subsequent fire at their home of two years. While they were understandably shaken by the disaster, they were also thankful that the Atlanta Red Cross helped to put them on the road to recovery. They are also looking to join the ranks of Atlanta Red Cross volunteers in 2012.
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