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    Olivia Lynch, 36, was one of the 60 nurses sent to Puerto Rico to assist with disaster reliefs by the Registered Nurse Response Network, an organization with National Nurses United. She is going to Washington D.C on Thursday to speak to members in Congress about what she saw and what needs to be done. mvelez@mercedsun-star.com

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