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TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones tells the story of two volunteers who met at a Wisconsin-based camp for burn victims while helping others and fell in love. Chelsea and Justin Schaefer talk about the camp’s impact, their love story, and how Chelsea’s journey has come full circle at Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s Regional Burn Center.