Tarek Elshik, left, fills gas cans to fuel a generator to refrigerate insulin for his 10-year-old daughter, Yasmeen Elshik’s Type 1 diabetes treatment in case power goes out during Hurricane Florence. He’s at the Exxon station on Western Boulevard in Raleigh, NC.
Tarek Elshik, left, fills gas cans to fuel a generator to refrigerate insulin for his 10-year-old daughter, Yasmeen Elshik’s Type 1 diabetes treatment in case power goes out during Hurricane Florence. He’s at the Exxon station on Western Boulevard in Raleigh, NC. Casey Toth ctoth@newsobserver.com
Tarek Elshik, left, fills gas cans to fuel a generator to refrigerate insulin for his 10-year-old daughter, Yasmeen Elshik’s Type 1 diabetes treatment in case power goes out during Hurricane Florence. He’s at the Exxon station on Western Boulevard in Raleigh, NC. Casey Toth ctoth@newsobserver.com

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