PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – As Hurricane Dorian strengthens into a Category 5 storm and nears closer, first responders from Pittsburgh are already making a difference.

On Facebook, Murrysville Medic One said their “hurricane personnel” were deployed to Orlando on Friday, and they have reached their destination on Sunday.

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They will be helping with evacuations.

According to the post, a Disney resort has provided 200 rooms and restaurant service for about 200 EMS crews for free.

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While they were traveling, they say they found a car accident and assisted until local first responders could arrive.

(Photo Credit: Murrysville Medic One/Facebook)

Murrysville Medic One is one of the several Pittsburgh organizations that are preparing to aid Dorian victims.

First responders from Fayette EMS left Friday to head for a staging area near the storm’s path. Murrysville Medic One reports they’ll be in Miami.

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First Energy is sending about 250 linemen to help if power lines go down. About a dozen of those workers left from Pittsburgh Friday.