LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — The devastation from Hurricane Harvey has Louisville residents heading to Texas.
The Salvation Military is sending a workforce from Louisville to Texas on Thursday, and a number of other hearth departments are ready to see if they will be wanted to assist rescue individuals from the flood.
Jason Tobbe with the Okolona Hearth Division is certainly one of 14 suburban Louisville firefighters educated in water rescues on standby. He’s educated in water rescue and able to go to Texas if he’s wanted. Tobbe was a part of a staff that rescued a whole lot of individuals after Hurricane Katrina.
“It is rewarding to do, nevertheless it’s additionally sort of nerve-racking to do too as a result of there’s lots of stuff that you do not know,” Tobbe stated.
Nicole Kraemer, a nurse with Norton Healthcare, needs to answer a pure catastrophe for the very first and is making use of for aid packages in Texas.
“Principally, anyplace that wants me down there,” Kraemer stated. “I really feel since I’m a nurse, I’ve the talents. I simply really feel like a calling to go down there.”
The group from the Salvation Military in Louisville is getting ready to feed and supply aid to hundreds within the space. Some groups from Louisville are already on the bottom serving meals.
Maj. Amy Edmonds grew up within the space and can be returning to assist individuals in want offering emotional help.
“It’s simply devastating,” Edmonds stated. “I’ve household in that space, and I’ve checked on them … so simply to see it, it’s simply devastating.”
If you would like assist the restoration, one of the simplest ways is to donate to teams just like the Salvation Military or the American Purple Cross.
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