INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - While fire crews battled the blaze on Oliver Avenue Saturday, and continue there throughout the morning, volunteers are working to support them.
IFD, Wayne Township Fire, Speedway Fire and the Decatur Township Fire Department battled the fire in the 2200 block of Oliver Avenue at the Nationwide OTR Recyclers building. Twenty young members of The Christian Brethren of Indianapolis brought Subway and Jimmy John's sandwiches to feed the firefighters who were working on scene.
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Fire officials says the church members stayed on scene to assist with rehab efforts
"We just saw there was a need and we just like to do what we can to help. Firefighters need support, we just did what we could," one volunteer said Sunday morning.
The Fire Department says they would like to thank the community for all the kind words and donations.
If you want to donate to the effort you can bring water or Gatorade to IFD Station 5 at 450 West 21st street.
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