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Doctors to help hospitals in Nicaragua

The group met Sunday at the Louisville International Airport. The group met Sunday at the Louisville International Airport.
Marla Cautilli Marla Cautilli
Each doctor packed a 50 pound bag of supplies. Each doctor packed a 50 pound bag of supplies.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A team of doctors from Louisville departed for Nicaragua to lend a hand to hospitals in need.

The group left from the Louisville International Airport on Sunday morning.

The doctors will be in Nicaragua for a week helping out at local hospitals.

Each person going on the trip is taking a 50 pound bag of medical supplies with them.

Director of Hand in Hand Ministries Marla Cautilli explained, "Our blessings our thanks our gratitude for these docs, support our ongoing mission which focuses on education."

Hand in Hand Ministries and the Greater Louisville Medical Society Foundation partnered to make the trip possible.

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