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A crowd tossed garments on the ground and led Carrie Van Epps, center, to the school they built in central Liberia and named in her honor, in this photo from one her seven trips to the country. Van Epps, a retired nurse from Willmar, has volunteered there as a health care educator and provider. (Submitted photo)

Keeping hope for Liberia in Willmar: Retired nurse who has volunteered there now watching Ebola outbreak

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WILLMAR — Carrie Van Epps has fled armed rebel fighters, treated bullet-ridden patients, and heard the cry of children as they were brutally beaten in a country torn by civil war.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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