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God's Pit Crew responds to Mississippi tornadoes

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Danville based God's Pit Crew is spending their first day on the ground in tornado ravaged Louisville, Mississippi.     

Four tractor trailer trucks filled with supplies and about 20 volunteers arrived Friday afternoon.

An aerial view shows the devastation left behind.

Homes are leveled to the ground, while others are missing the roof.

God’s Pit Crew founder, Randy Johnson says,  right now their primary focus is to help families clean up the debris.

They brought along their heavy moving equipment to help as many families as possible.

They say they are in desperate need of one item in particular.

“Following the chemical spill in West Virginia we sent 170,000 bottles of liquid to West Virginia and it just drained our warehouse dry and we have not recovered from that yet,” Johnson explained.

More volunteers are expected to arrive this weekend.

If you would like to donate you can log on to their website www.godspitcrew.org.

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