Church steps up to provide food, water to victims of explosion

Church steps up to provide food, water to victims of explosion
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    CONTINUES OUR TEAM COVERAGE LIVE FROM THE CHURC SHAQUILLE: SOME OF THESE PEOPLE ARE ANXIOUS TO LEARN WHETHER THEY CAN GO BACK TO THEIR HOME TODAY. MANY WERE TOLD TO EVACUATE B FIRST RESPONDERS FOR SAFETY REASON. AT ONE POINT, ONE OF THE PASTORS TOLD ME THEY HAD 75 PEOPLE HERE, MOSTLY RESIDENTS ONCE PASTORS FROM THE NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH WERE TOLD ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED THIS MORNING, THEIR DOORS OPENED AROUND 2 THIS MORNING. SINCE THEN, IT'S BEEN A COMBINED EFFORT BETWEEN THE CHURCH AND THE AMERICAN RED CROSS TO HELP THOSE IN NEE CASES OF WATER, FOOD, SUPPLIES, EVEN A BED TO REST ARE ALL BEING SUPPLIED, SOME OF IT COMING FROM COMPANIES AND PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY. THE PASTOR SAYS HE'S NOT SURPRISED BY THE RESPONSE. >> THIS COMMUNITY DOES A VER GOOD JOB OF TAKING CARE IT
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