MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Gov. Bob Riley is planning a trip to Mobile
to help load supplies to be sent to earthquake victims in Haiti.
The cargo of 3,000 pounds of food and clothing is being provided
by Montgomery Rescue Mission, a nonprofit agency assisted by
Alabama's Office of Faith-based and Community Initiatives.
Riley will join executives from EADS North America on Monday.
EADS said it was sending an Airbus C-212 transport plane with the
relief supplies for earthquake victims.
The plane will depart Monday from Airbus Military's maintenance
center at the Mobile Regional Airport.
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