Community strives to help flood victims

Matt Moser of Imperial didn’t like the photos he saw on Facebook that pictured the flooding in eastern Nebraska.
“So I said I was going to do something,” Moser said.
He talked to family and friends in the area and couldn’t acquire a trailer to use at first.
“Everybody was busy,” he said.
Moser finally called Dillon Harchelroad.
“I didn’t really want a 50-foot trailer,” Moser said, “but he talked to Brian (Harchelroad) and that was the end of that.”
The 50-foot trailer normally used to haul Corvettes will be at the Super Foods parking lot accepting items for flood victims until Saturday.
Drop-off hours at the trailer are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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