Florida residents gather aid for Dorian survivors in the Bahamas

Florida residents gather aid for Dorian survivors in the Bahamas
Florida residents gather aid for Dorian survivors in the Bahamas
My husband and I we were in our computer room and we had seen the woman with the four-month-old baby and my husband turned the man. He says: oh no, cuz that he seen the tears coming down my face. I said we have to go or we have to find a way people walk start walking to us. You see how busy we work today right. Those are all new people. Can you imagine people coming to get? I don’t even know some of their names. Cuz I’ve been so busy, but just sweet, the outpouring of love and kindness, a non-perishable food. We have snack, we have diapers baby supplies, medical supplies, it really humbled are willing to help bringing for the last 2 days. People wanted a raft and I’m going to go over and help. I had a couple veteran call me after to Hagan I’m trained and if they go over and rescue – and you know it help people and adhere after me, how to you know how to get them hooked up, so they can go over really humbling situation.
Kelly and David Long of the Angels of Hope charity in Fort Pierce, Fla., rallied their community to collect aid supplies and send them to the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian. Read more: https://wapo.st/32tHlRJ. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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