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Dayton Strong Stories: She couldn’t ignore what she saw 

Published: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 @ 6:00 AM
Updated: Thursday, December 19, 2019 @ 4:51 PM

Dayton area resident Sabrina Cox .
Dayton area resident Sabrina Cox .

Sabrina Cox couldn’t go on with business as usual. 

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The Oregon District fixture drove by the devastation left by the Memorial Day tornadoes and knew she had to do something. 

So she rolled up her sleeves and emptied her bank account. Listen to her story in the podcast above. 

This audio recording is part of a partnership between Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, and WHIO Radio designed to share stories of survival, struggle and strength. 

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Miami Valley residents shared personal stories about their experiences during the Oregon District mass shooting, Memorial Day tornadoes and other 2019 tragedies with Dayton Daily News reporters Cornelius Frolik and Amelia Robinson. 

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Dayton area resident shared stories of survival as part of the Dayton Strong Storytelling Sessions recorded at the Dayton Metro Library. Dayton's talked about the Oregon District mass shooting and the Memorial Day tornadoes.(Amelia Robinson)

The sessions were recorded at the Dayton Metro Library’s downtown branch. Some will be featured as part of an upcoming WHIO-TV special.

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