Museum of Flight looking to help with Houston relief
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. —
The city of Houston is in the middle of a crisis. At least three people are confirmed dead following tropical storm Harvey's landfall Friday.
In response to the tragedy, the Museum of Flight plans to bring relief to parts of the city.
Peter O'Hare, a volunteer with the museum, says they will fly cargo planes with supplies to hard to reach places hit by Harvey on Tuesday. Other volunteers will also drive trucks full of donations to Texas. This N That host James Howard will help with the relief efforts.
If you want to help, you can drop of supplies at the Museum of Flight in Rome, Georgia.
The Museum is taking canned food donations in Chattanooga at the old Kmart on Highway 153 until 7 p.m. Monday.