Fill the K-9 trailer in Greenville to help Hurricane victims


GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA)—You can help one of the hardest hit towns in South Carolina recover from Hurricane Matthew.

Nichols, in the Pee Dee area, was under water after the storm.

Hurricane Matthew caused a lot of damage up and down the south east.

After learning about the destruction left behind, the Greenville Police Department decided they wanted to collect supplies, specifically for people who live here.

The department will hold its “Fill the K-9” Trailer event Wednesday.

The collection drive starts at 8 a.m.

The K-9 trailer will be in front of the Bon Secours Wellness arena until 5 p.m.

Officers are asking for tools, cleaning supplies, bottled water, gift cards and more.
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