The Salvation Army helps stranded travelers on the Bay d’Espoir Highway

Written by Javed Iqbal

The Salvation Army is doing its part to help those stranded by the closure of the Bay d’Espoir highway.

The group has served over 170 people and says it is working with other community groups to provide food, water and support to those stranded as wildfires continue to spread along the highway.

The Grand Falls-Windsor, Bishop’s Falls and Botwood Lions Clubs are also pitching in to provide a rest stop for those stranded by the closure.

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