God's Pit Crew responds to Texas flooding

The non-profit is sending two tractor-trailers full of food, water, and supplies

DANVILLE, Va. – As southeastern Texas continues to deal with the affects of Hurricane Harvey, one group in southwest Virginia is doing what it can to help.

God's Pit Crew sent two tractor-trailers worth of food, water, and supplies to Houston, expected to arrive Sunday morning. The goal is to get basic necessities to people who may be living in shelters during the storm.

"This is going to be a disaster on a very large scale. Thousands of people are going to be affected by this, and we just want to do anything and everything that we can to try to make a difference," said God's Pit Crew President Randy Johnson.

God's Pit Crew says it will try to send another truck down next week, but that will deplete the organization's supply of bottled water.

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