Fairfield-based organization works to aid victims of Hurricane Matthew

The non-profit has already deployed an emergency team to assess the situation.

The non-profit has already deployed an emergency team to assess the situation. (10/5/16)

FAIRFIELD - Fairfield-based Save the Children says it is working to help the victims of Hurricane Matthew.

The non-profit has already deployed an emergency team to assess the situation.

Workers say they will step in with relief as soon as the rain stops.

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