Donations Pour In For Victims Of Massive Oklahoma Tornado
MOORE, Oklahoma - Donations have been pouring in after a massive EF-5 tornado swept across the Moore area Monday afternoon, including all the donated food brought to News 9.
In fact, there was so much, the Food Bank had to rent space for all the overflow.
More than 500 Devon Energy employees volunteered at the Regional Food Bank Saturday, and sorted more than 320,000 pounds of food for the tornado relief efforts.
Starting Sunday, the Food Bank's Disaster Relief Distribution Center will open. It's located at 2635 North Shields in Moore.
Storm victims and disaster relief agencies can get supplies, including shovels, trash bags, gloves, water and snacks. It opens at 10 a.m. Sunday.