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WWE wrestler Heath Slater volunteers to help flood victims

SOPHIA, W.Va. >> Professional wrestler Heath Slater has returned to his home state of West Virginia to help with flood relief efforts.

Local news outlets report that the wrestler, whose real name is Heath Miller, spent Thursday volunteering in Clay County.

Miller began the day loading supplies at the Sophia Fire Department Bingo Hall and then left with volunteers to deliver items to Clay County flood victims.

The wrestler hails from Pineville and graduated from Wyoming East High School in 2002. He’s been with World Wrestling Entertainment since 2010.

The June 23 floods killed at least 23 people in West Virginia.

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