Bosnian community collecting goods for flood relief in Bosnia

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) - St. Louis's Bosnian community rallied Saturday to provide flood relief to their loved ones back home.

Massive flooding in Bosnia has killed at least 22 people, and raised fears that some 120,000 landmines left over from the Bosnian war may have been dialoged in the flooding.

Goods were collected at the Bosnian Chamber of Commerce in south St. Louis, items collected: canned food, medical supplies, toiletries, baby items, and cash donations.

Dzeevada Keranovic says: "We need more hygiene stuff, diapers, disinfecting gels, things like that. So that's a priority right now."

If you’d like to make a donation, just stop by the Bosnian Chamber of Commerce at 5093 Gravois in the Bevo Mill neighborhood of south St. Louis.

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