God’s Pit Crew sends more supplies, volunteers to tornado-ravaged Kentucky

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A truck from God’s Pit Crew leaves Danville for Kentucky on Monday morning to help storm recovery efforts. (Image courtesy of God’s Pit Crew).

DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) – It’s been a rough month for residents of the Mid South who have been affected by tornadoes.

The scope of the devastation continues to be hard to comprehend.

So, for the second time, God’s Pit Crew from Danville is deploying volunteers and tractor-trailer loads of Blessing Buckets and supplies to help survivors.

Also, the organization is sending two truckloads of toys for children in Bremen, Kentucky.

Their Immediate Response Team left on Monday morning and has arrived in Benton, Kentucky.

Volunteers will help cut trees, remove debris and tarp roofs as well as help distribute emergency supplies including water, Gatorade, snacks, tarps and disinfecting wipes.

Blessing Buckets filled with food, personal hygiene items and a Bible will also be given out.

Last month, teams spend time in Mayfield, Kentucky following the disaster. Over 150 volunteers finished 69 projects to help survivors start the healing process.

“The scope of the damage and loss is truly hard to comprehend.  We hurt so much for those affected and are praying for them. Given the utter devastation, we wanted to return to Kentucky with more supplies and volunteers to continue to provide hope, healing, and restoration in this time of desperate need.”

Randy Johnson, God’s Pit Crew Founder and President

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