Operation Compassion Responds to Disaster in Yazoo City, MS

By , April 28, 2010

Devastating storms plowed through Mississippi over the week-end, leaving death, injury and destruction in its wake. Operation Compassion and its network of disaster relief agencies responded to the destruction in Yazoo City. Operation Compassion and its network of disaster relief agencies has clean-up crews, hot meal feeding crews and trucks loaded with relief goods and supplies making their way into the region.

A Yazoo City Church meets the following morning after the storms. AP photo

Destruction from the wake of tornado.

Cleaning crews and equipment from our disaster partner God’s Pit Crew arrived yesterday, setting up and making ready for several days of full operation. Another partner from east Texas is bringing a mobile kitchen to prepare hot meals for the many survivors and volunteers that have come to help.

Operation Compassion is sending in multiple semi trucks loaded with food, bottled water, and cleaning supplies. This concentrated effort will enable greater resources to be brought to bear for the survivors and assist them in this emergency.
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