José Andrés, World Central Kitchen in Kentucky after deadly tornadoes leave trail of destruction
José Andrés and the World Central Kitchen are in Kentucky providing relief after deadly tornadoes left a trail of destruction.
WASHINGTON - Chef José Andrés and his World Central Kitchen team are in Kentucky providing relief after deadly tornadoes left a trail of destruction.
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On Sunday Andrés and his team worked with local partners to provide food in the hardest hit areas. They are partnering with organizations on the ground and activating a network of food trucks and emergency kitchens to help get out meals.
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Across the state, tens of thousands of people were left without power as tornadoes broke out Friday night into Saturday. National Guard members have been going house to house, checking on people and helping to remove debris. Dozens are feared dead.
The American Red Cross of The National Capital and Greater Chesapeake Region have also dispatched crews to the area.
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