U.S. Coast Guard relocates its Irma communications hub to St. Louis

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St. Louis is playing a key role in the Hurricane Irma recovery effort. The U.S. Coast Guard has moved a key part of its life-saving mission to downtown St. Louis. As 35 Coast Guard planes and helicopters now move back to Jacksonville, Mobile, Savannah, and New Orleans, they're all being directed from a communications hub in town.

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