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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Four Indiana State troopers affected by the March 2nd tornado are getting some help from their fellow brothers in law enforcement.
At the ISP post in Sellersburg, the city of Biloxi Police presented the four troopers with a check for about $9500.
After Hurricane Katrina, organizers expected about 60 ISP volunteers to come down to help them, but they got 600. Now, Biloxi Police are showing their support to the troopers who were affected by the Henryville tornado.
Lt. Bruce Johnson of the Biloxi Police explains, "When we got together, we said they came down here and put a lot of effort, there is no reason we can't go back and help them."
The troopers will divide the money and were thankful for the support.