New Yorkers Travel For 12 Hours To Bring Clean Water To People In West Virginia
A trio of New Yorkers drove to deliver clean water to West Virginia, where a chemical spill left 300,000 residents without tap water for a week. The idea was the brain child of Angelina Sarro, a senior at East Rockaway High School in New York -- an area affected by Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Sarro got in touch with one of her teachers whom she knew would help her succeed in a giant act of kindness.
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