As crews continue to search for Carter Nall, the three year old boy who went missing Sunday night, members of the small community where the incident happened are coming together to help as well.
This is the community building in Dekoven, Kentucky.
Neighbors and community members tell us that just a mile down this gravel road crews are searching for little Carter.
While hundreds of volunteers and search and rescue members scoured away, you could find the rest of Dekoven helping in here.
Making hundreds of sandwiches, hamburgers and drinks.
Judy Trainer tells 14 News it was about 4:30 Sunday evening that she was sitting on her porch when she heard sirens.
"Once we found out it was the little boy missing, well the DeKoven Community Center for food and you know, anything we could do," said Trainer.
Judy and many of these other men and women have been here all night. But getting those sandwiches and supplies down to where search teams are takes a little work.
"We have two or three guys with four wheelers that are in different vehicles. We prepare the sandwiches and chips and send them down," said Trainer.
Search continues for missing boy in Union County
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