Blizzard doesn’t stop pharmacist from delivering medicine to sick neighbors; see how

Drastic times call for drastic measures and a pharmacist in Redfield, South Dakota, knew what he had to do when an April blizzard slammed the region.

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Hugh Mack didn’t let the horrendous conditions stop him from getting needed prescriptions to ailing customers.

He did what any South Dakotan would do for a neighbor. He jumped on his tractor and just drove into the severe weather to get the medicine delivered, according to KELO-TV.

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This week’s blizzard slammed the Midwest and Plains, dumping 23 inches of snow on parts of six states, including South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Minnesota and Wyoming.

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A truck travels east on Interstate 80 during a blizzard warning hitting southeast Wyoming and the Colorado Front Range on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, in Cheyenne. People in Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota, among other states were urged to get home early Wednesday and stay there before snow and wind from a powerful spring storm make travel all but impossible.

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A truck travels east on Interstate 80 during a blizzard warning hitting southeast Wyoming and the Colorado Front Range on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, in Cheyenne. People in Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota, among other states were urged to get home early Wednesday and stay there before snow and wind from a powerful spring storm make travel all but impossible.
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A truck travels east on Interstate 80 during a blizzard warning hitting southeast Wyoming and the Colorado Front Range on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, in Cheyenne. People in Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota, among other states were urged to get home early Wednesday and stay there before snow and wind from a powerful spring storm make travel all but impossible.

Credit: Jacob Byk

Credit: Jacob Byk

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