Exeter man hopes to fill semi truck full of items to help his hometown after earthquake

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TULARE COUNTY, California – Sean Campbell is helping the community he grew up in after two earthquakes hit his hometown.

He’s from Trona, California, and he’s gearing up to set off on a journey in a 48-foot semi truck to deliver essentials to those effected by the quakes.

He has seven drop off locations set up in both Tulare and Fresno counties.

Trona is 22 miles east of Ridgecrest, and Campbell hopes to drive the truck to those in need on July 20.

Just a few days ahead of his trip, he’s hoping more people can donate items.

Items needed are hygiene products, animal food,clothing essentials and non perishable foods.

Below is more information about what items are needed and where you can drop the items off:

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