More donations to send to Moore, OK. are being accepted - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

It's not too late to send donations to Moore, OK

A fully-loaded truck with donations for tornado victims is on its way from the Tri-State to Moore, Oklahoma.

But, those at Sitco who organized that relief effort, aren't wanting to stop there.

They've been collecting items since Tuesday, and now they're wanting to fill a second trailer to send to Oklahoma Monday morning.  

They're collecting donations like food, toiletries, and cash. But organizers say they'll accept anything that would help the tornado victims.

"Imagine going into their bathroom, closing their eyes, then coming back out, and their house gone. Just what you would think that you would need immediately after that, would probably be what you could bring down here," organizer Waylon West says.

West says they will keep the trailer open at Sitco on Ohara Drive, on Evansville's north side, until donations stop coming in.

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