565 air conditioners donated to elderly and disabled people

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(KTVI)- As the summer heat begins, Ameren is kicking off their Cool Down Caravan campaign.

Ameren, teaming up with Cool Down St. Louis, has donated 565 air conditioners to the elderly and disabled people.

Michael Moehn, with Ameren, and Rev. Earl Nance, from Cool Down St. Louis, talk more about the campaign.

If you or someone you know is elderly or disabled and in need of help with your cooling bill or in need or an air conditioner, call 314-241-7668 or visit http://www.cooldownstlouis.org/


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