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Singer Dolly Parton sets up fund for Tennessee fires victims

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Thursday, 1 December 2016 ()

Singer Dolly Parton sets up fund for Tennessee fires victimsDolly Parton pledges to donate $1,000 a month to victims of wildfires in her Tennessee hometown.
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News video: Dolly Parton 'Heartbroken' Over Tennessee Fires, Dollywood Suspends Park Operations

Dolly Parton 'Heartbroken' Over Tennessee Fires, Dollywood Suspends Park Operations 01:40

The singer's heart goes out to those affected by the Great Smoky Mountain fires.

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