TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - More relief is on the way to the Florida Panhandle thanks to a partnership between the Florida Highway Patrol and the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol loaded two-semi trailers with food, toiletries, and other supplies for those still in need due to Hurricane Michael.
The trailers escorted by FHP left for Panama City Beach where the items will be distributed to various schools and non-profits.
"The Volunteer State has had a long tradition of volunteering for many, many years, and we continue that volunteering spirit in helping others," said Lt. John Harmon with Tennessee Highway Patrol. "The Tennessee Highway Patrol and the Tennessee Department of Transportation was just the mechanism to bring that volunteering spirit with the supplies for those in need here in Florida."
The team will remain in Panama City until the supplies are gone. They're estimating it will take five days.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - The Florida Highway Patrol and the Tennessee Highway Patrol are sending two semi-trucks full of items to Panama City for Hurricane Michael relief.
The trucks are heading to the Panama City this Tuesday morning.
They left from 2900 Apalachee Parkway.