(WXYZ) — The Detroit Pistons drove one of their trucks to Cleveland this week to help pick up thousands of pieces of PPE to help Detroit fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the team, the Cleveland Clinic had 15,000 pieces of PPE, ICU gowns that could be donated to doctors in Detroit.
The team drove one of its trucks to Cleveland to pick up the equipment and then deliver it to Henry Ford Health System.
The team also partnered with Detroit on a PSA to encourage people to stay home and stay safe, and donated $375,000 to Forgotten Harvest last week, and made the new Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center available to house health care professionals or COVID-19 patients.
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