Christmas cheer for Kentucky tornado survivors, video of hope goes viral – The Indian Express

Christmas cheer for Kentucky tornado survivors, video of hope goes viral – The Indian Express

After tornadoes ravaged Kentucky, US, in December 2021, Christmas looked bleak for the survivors. However, the World Central Kitchen (WCK)  brought in some cheer for them in the form of a Christmas tree and wholesome meals.

Nate Mook, a member of WCK, shared a video on Twitter depicting Christmas tree at a relief camp. People left souvenirs besides the tree and the video has warmed hearts online. “So this Christmas tree tells a story, that’s why it is here,” a man can be heard saying in the video.

“In Dawson Springs, Kentucky, the @WCKitchen team brought meals to this camp, which is there for anyone who needs to talk after the tornadoes. They have a Christmas tree where people can leave memories, like this dog collar from a boy and his mom. Lots of pain, but beautiful, too,” read the caption of the tweet.

Watch the video here:

“We traverse so swiftly from one incident to another and the pain remains. Prayers up for the losses and resilience,” commented a user.

The team distributed over 14,000 special Christmas meals across Kentucky. The meals included cheesy broccoli and tater tot casserole, maple green beans with cranberry and bacon, creamed corn and salad.

“Over 14,000 special Christmas meals were served to families by the WCK team across Kentucky! Our chefs today prepared a cheesy broccoli and tater tot casserole, maple green beans with cranberry & bacon, creamed corn, salad and more!” tweeted WCK.

Soon after deadly tornadoes devastated cities and towns in the USA on December 10, WCK sprung into action. They provided thousands of people with hot-cooked meals and rescue teams reached out to survivors, …….

Source: https://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-globally/kentucky-tornado-victims-celebrate-christmas-7694425/

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