(WXYZ) - A caravan of trucks at Belfor Property Restoration in Livonia were loaded up to head to Oklahoma to help restore structures after a massive tornado devastated area suburbs.
The company, which has offices all over the country, has been sending crews to the devastation since it happened.
Hundreds of employees will travel there over the next couple of days.
They are bringing a lot of supplies including dehumidifiers. Those are some of the first things crews need when restoring a building to keep mold from growing.
According to Sheldon Yellen, the company’s CEO, some crews had just returned from New York doing restoration work after Hurricane Sandy and were deployed to Oklahoma Monday night.
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