(WXYZ) — The crews that show up to clean up after an emergency are working full-time during the pandemic. And they too can be put in harms way.
But the owners of one metro Detroit company are thinking of the safety of the first responders before themselves.
7 Action News Reporter Andrea Isom introduces us to a couple who believes in kindness, compassion, and helping each other.
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