FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) - Debbie Grenzebach watched the tragedy in Oklahoma unfold on TV.
"It was horrifying. I just couldn't imagine it and to lose children, I just can't imagine. I can't imagine the pain that they're going through," explains Grenzebach.
She decided to help. So, she made a post on FaceBook and set up a donation drop off at Dizzy Jim's Friday night.
She says someone with a trailer who was already heading to Oklahoma with donations saw her post and offered to pick them up.
"Clothes are done. They're overloaded with them. It's mainly hygiene products, pet food, any kind of baby supplies. Any kind of toiletries, shampoos, laundry, soap, bleach, cleaning utensils, shovels, rakes, trash bags," says Grenzebach.
Many other people also saw her post and stopped by to help.
"It breaks my heart. Just thinking about the babies, you know, and the children sleeping on the wet ground and the children that passed away. The animals, I'm an animal lover as well. I put some dog food and bowls and leashes in there and some cat stuff. It's just sad," says Jessica Helper.
"Just devastating, absolutely devastating. My heart just completely breaks for all of the victims of all of the 53 tornadoes. So, it could happen to any of us at anytime," comments Krista Gordon.
The trailer will leave at 2:30 AM Saturday so you can drop off donations until then.
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