Snow storm is no match for Redfield pharmacist and tractor


DURING A BLIZZARD. PEOPLE STILL NEED THEIR MEDICATION. AS KELOLAND’S KELLI VOLK REPORTS, A PHARMACIST IN NORTHEASTERN KELOLAND HAD JUST THE ANSWER. WHEN REDFIELD PHARMACIST HUGH MACK SAW ALL THE SNOW THURSDAY, HE KNEW NO ORDINARY VEHICLE WOULD THAT’S HUGH. HE ENDED UP USING THE FARM EQUIPMENT TO MAKE SOME MEDICATION DELIVERIES. “I GOT A CALL FROM THE NURSING HOME SO I DELIVERED ONE THERE AND I DELIVERED ONE TO ANOTHER PATIENT TOO,” MACK SAID. THE STORY HAS TAKEN OFF ONLINE WITH THOUSANDS OF SHARES ON OUR KELOLAND FACEBOOK PAGE. BUT HE DOESN’T CONSIDER HIMSELF SPECIAL FOR THESE KIND DEEDS. “I DON’T KNOW OF ANY SMALL TOWN PHARMACISTS THAT PROBABLY DON’T DO THE SAME THING,” MACK SAID. BECAUSE WHEN PEOPLE ARE COUNTING ON YOU, NOT EVEN A SNOW STORM CAN STAND IN KELLI VOLK, KELOLAND NEWS. A LOT OF PICTURES HAVE BEEN COMING INTO OUR NEWSROOM OVER THE LAST FEW DAYS. YOU CAN SEE A GALLERY OF THE SNOW PHOTOS IN KELOLAND BY