Volunteer travels hundreds of miles to help disaster relief
BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- One man traveled hundreds of miles just to lend his hand to the tornado relief.
Sean Kramer, is self-employed and resides in Florence, Kentucky. When he heard about the help that was still needed nearly a month later in Bowling Green, he loaded up his truck and Bobcat bulldozer and hit the highway.
For the past 10 days, he’s been working 12 hour days to clear debris and restore the community. And this isn’t the first time he was here to help. He also came to the city before Christmas to help with initial recovery efforts.
He’s headed back home, but said he hopes he made a lasting impact.
“My goal was to be a blessing to the people here and it turns out you guys have been a blessing to me. I just hope that more people will step up, don’t do it for the clout or social media but actually come here cuz you guys need the help,” said Kramer.
You can hear Sean’s full story on next week’s Hidden Hero.