God’s Pit Crew responds to Sunday’s tornadoes in southern states

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A home had its roof torn off after a tornado ripped through Monroe, La. just before noon on Sunday, April 12, 2020 causing damage to a neighborhood and the regional airport. (Nicolas Galindo/The News-Star via AP)

DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) — God’s Pit Crew (GPC) will support tornado victims in the southern states following Easter Sunday’s strong storms that resulted in widespread damage.

God’s Pit Crew is teaming up with Operation Compassion in Cleveland, Tennessee, to deliver relief supplies. On Monday, workers filled a tractor-trailer with items to be distributed to tornado victims in Cleveland. A small team of GPC volunteers may also travel to help with debris clean-up efforts as early as tomorrow.

Additionally, GPC officials plan to deliver a load of Blessing Buckets to The Well Church in Collins, Mississippi, a town that was also impacted by yesterday’s severe weather.

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