Debris removal, tornado cleanup continues in Mayfield

Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief among the many volunteering

MAYFIELD, Ky. (WTVQ) – Volunteers continue the backbreaking work of removing debris and downed trees in Mayfield. Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief (KBDR), a disaster relief ministry, has sent more than 100 volunteers to the area with more expected to join them.

“Yesterday, one of the teams finished a job first anticipated to take 4 days due to no heavy equipment being available,” shared KBDR. “2 skid steers, a tractor, and 16 people later, the job was completed in 1 1/2 days. Thankful for the teams supporting one another.”

Volunteers shared a before and after photo of the work.

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With the expected rain in the forecast, volunteers also helped residents prepare by covering exposed homes with tarps.

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Source: Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief/Facebook

Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief has also continued worship services while in Mayfield.

“Continue to pray for our KYDR volunteers as they are serving in the Mayfield area,” shared KBDR. “Had a great time of worship last night with these wonderful people.”

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Source: Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief/Facebook

You can follow KBDR’s relief efforts and learn more HERE.

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