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A pickup truck full of relief supplies from the Bend area is in Joplin, Missouri, helping tornado victims. Josh Hart traveled there in a truck donated by Robberson Ford last week. Before he left, he collected supplies at Ray's Foods. What he saw when he arrived in Joplin, is like nothing he's ever seen. “The news, photos, do nothing, you tube videos, are nothing what it actually looks and feels like on the ground. I stood at the center of the tornado. It’s disgusting. I’ve never seen anything like it.” Hart says he's working with Messenger College in Joplin, a bible college. All the donated supplies are set up in their warehouse for victims to come and get.

 

 

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