Moore, Okla. - The people of Newtown, Connecticut suffered an unimaginable tragedy when a gunman killed 20 children and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary six months ago, but when a group of Newtown friends saw the stories on the news about the Moore, Oklahoma tornado, they didn't hesitate to help.
"We saw what was happening down here, and we kinda said, y'know what? Our friends and family got support in Newtown, in Sandy Hook after the tragedy, and we said we should do something," DiConstanza said in an interview with the MooreDaily.com.
That was last month, when they made a grueling 36-hour drive (including a flat tire repair) all the way from Newtown to Moore with a trailer full of 13,000 pounds of supplies.
And now the men are planning to make their SECOND 1,500 mile trek across the country to Moore this week, with another trailer full of donated supplies.
The men are scheduled to leave on Friday.