Many flock to collection center in Denville to help victims in South Asia

Many people have been flocking to the collection center in Denville to help the tsunami victims in South Asia.

The donation center opened its doors last week inside an abandoned gas station on Bloomfield Avenue and Broadway. Volunteers at center collected approximately 100 boxes of donations. Volunteers say they don?t need any more clothing but do need items such as tents.

The center has also collected approximately $8,000. Other items people have donated are dry food, canned food, rice, bottled water and medical supplies. A truck will pick up the items January 7. Volunteers at the center say it will be open for as long as there is a need.

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