MEDFORD, Ore.- The Salvation Army is asking for volunteers and new toys after its warehouse flooded Tuesday night. This morning volunteers walked into the toy warehouse and discovered the entire building had flooded because of a sticky toilet.
Lots of toys have been destroyed and volunteers are still trying to determine what can be salvaged. Right now the Salvation Army is looking for ways to drain out the water. Volunteers are looking to get back on track for distribution tomorrow.
Major Jason Koenig says the Salvation Army is in need of volunteers and toys. The Salvation Army will most likely going to have to go out and buy toys and working through the late night to recover from this damage.
If you can help volunteer or bring toys to the Salvation Army's office on 801 N. Riverside, Medford.
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