Relief trucks soon to be headed south


This truck from Noreast Transport was customized with a painted sign Friday to reflect that Ohio farmers and truckers have a solution to the problems caused by Hurricane Harvey. A caravan of trucks from Champaign and Logan counties is scheduled to load hay, organize drivers and supporters and head to Texas this weekend for a relief effort to feed Texas livestock such as cattle and horses. The caravan is expected to travel south through Monument Square on its way south.

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This truck from Noreast Transport was customized with a painted sign Friday to reflect that Ohio farmers and truckers have a solution to the problems caused by Hurricane Harvey. A caravan of trucks from Champaign and Logan counties is scheduled to load hay, organize drivers and supporters and head to Texas this weekend for a relief effort to feed Texas livestock such as cattle and horses. The caravan is expected to travel south through Monument Square on its way south.
http://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/09/web1_IMG_3925.jpgThis truck from Noreast Transport was customized with a painted sign Friday to reflect that Ohio farmers and truckers have a solution to the problems caused by Hurricane Harvey. A caravan of trucks from Champaign and Logan counties is scheduled to load hay, organize drivers and supporters and head to Texas this weekend for a relief effort to feed Texas livestock such as cattle and horses. The caravan is expected to travel south through Monument Square on its way south. Photo submitted by Tish Dyke