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God's Pit Crew homes near completion in Moore, Oklahoma

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A making a difference follow up to God's Pit Crew's efforts to help families devastated by tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma earlier this year.

The non-profit posted this time lapse on Facebook for supporters to keep up with the progress.

In the video you can see in a matter of just eight days, volunteers have built two homes and garages started painting the inside and laying brick on the outside.

"What's been done here in the last eight days is just about impossible, but these volunteers have worked so hard to make it happen.  It's because of your giving, your support and your prayers that this has all been able to take place," explained Randy Johnson, Founder of God's Pit Crew.

The goal is to have the homes finished and donated to the families by Saturday, October, 19th.

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