Louisiana flood victims
Organized by: Blake Fullington
How to receive a free HDTV antenna Warner Robins truck driver asks for donations for Louisiana flood victims BY KATHERINE SHEPHERD FRIDAY, AUGUST 19TH 2016 Blake Fullington, a Warner Robins truck driver who owns his own company called Fullington Transport, is currently asking for donations from the public for victims of the devastating floods in Louisiana / Eric Mock (WGXA) fullington.JPG poster_14e5a2a1e32e4fa6a04472bdb26528c9.png VIEW PHOTO GALLERY 3 photos share now! tweet now! WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- Blake Fullington, a Warner Robins truck driver who owns his own company called Fullington Transport, is currently asking for donations from the public for victims of the devastating floods in Louisiana. He said he wants to fill his 53-foot trailer with as many donations as possible and drive to Baton Rouge to distribute those donations. Fullington said he was inspired to ask for donations because he was a victim of the flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina. He said he lost everything during the floods and had to start over from scratch, so he understands the devastation that people are experiencing as a result of the current flooding. He said at one point, it got so bad that his daughter had to sleep in the bed of a pickup truck for two weeks. For the next few weeks, Fullington said his company doesn't have a load they have to carry, so instead, they are accepting donations of supplies that he will drive down to Baton Rouge when the truck is full. Southside Baptist Church in Warner Robins is providing him with a location to collect donations, so he will have his truck parked there daily. He said that from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., people can come and bring donations to load onto the truck.