Hurricane Katrina has given Douglas M. Towns a new job.
Each day after work he heads to DeKalb Peachtree airport. There he is busy until midnight volunteering for Angel Flight of Georgia, which has been flying food, supplies and medical personnel to small towns in Louisiana and Mississippi where crews from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Red Cross have not yet arrived.
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