Volunteers Show Nebraska Spirit
NORFOLK- Nebraskans from all over the state have come to the communities affected by the tornado. The Salvation Army in Norfolk has received a semi truck load of supplies. Food, clothes, water and toys have been generously donated.
Despite the great response, Salvation Army Incident Commander Jamie Pennington says that the recovery effort will be a long process.
"It will be years before the community is entirely recovered. We will be sending supplies out as they need them for the next couple of weeks if not months into this process. We will be fixed based feeding for probably the next week," Pennington said.
There have been thousands of volunteers that come to help clean up the town of Pilger and about 40 people a day drop off supplies.