UNIONTOWN, Pa. - The Uniontown Mall is holding a relief drive for Hurricane Sandy victims that started Friday.
Mall employees said they wanted to do something to help and came up with the idea.
They are accepting everything from food to clothing.
“They need diapers to be honest with you,” said Fayette County 51st District Representative Tim Mahoney. “There’s no stores open where this stuff is going and they’re running out of everything.”
The drive will continue through Sunday.
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