Trussville church provides mobile kitchen for nursing home

Broken water lines have left Magnolia Ridge Nursing Home in Gardendale without a kitchen to cook in. A nearby church in Trussville has donated its mobile kitchen to help cook until conditions improve. On Tuesday afternoon, WVTM 13 News checked inside the mobile kitchen, which belongs to First Baptist Church Trussville. It has all the necessary appliances for cooking. The residence already had food on hand. I just needed a place to cook. People with loved ones who live in Magnolia Ridge began contacting WVTM 13 Saturday, concerned about the broken pipes and flooding that was happening inland. As soon as First Baptist Trussville received the call for help, it responded immediately. “We are grateful to be able to help and help and knowing that one of our loved ones has gone, back home,” says Chris Chambers, Minister of Missions. “Knowing that someone is stepping up to help… to help in this moment.” A spokesperson for Magnolia Ridge released a statement to WVTM 13 News Tuesday afternoon. “The health and safety of our patients and residents is always our top priority,” says Lori Mayer. “Since Saturday we have had a plumber on site to fix major pipe damage due to the weather. The mayor, health inspector and building inspector have all been on site and are pleased with the progress. We understand there is one more leak to fix and then we should back to normal. We continue to keep our patients and residents informed of progress.” WVTM 13 will continue to follow this story as it develops.

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Broken water lines have left Magnolia Ridge Nursing Home in Gardendale without a kitchen to cook in.

A nearby church in Trussville has donated its mobile kitchen to help cook until conditions improve. On Tuesday afternoon, WVTM 13 News checked inside the mobile kitchen, which belongs to First Baptist Church Trussville. It has all the necessary appliances for cooking.

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The residence already had food on hand. I just needed a place to cook. People with loved ones who live in Magnolia Ridge began contacting WVTM 13 Saturday, concerned about the broken pipes and flooding that was happening inland. As soon as First Baptist Trussville received the call for help, it responded immediately.

“We are grateful to be able to help and help and knowing that one of our loved ones has gone, back home,” says Chris Chambers, Minister of Missions. “Knowing that someone is stepping up to help … to help in this moment.”

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A spokesperson for Magnolia Ridge released a statement to WVTM 13 News Tuesday afternoon.

“The health and safety of our patients and residents is always our top priority,” says Lori Mayer. “Since Saturday we have had a plumber on site to fix major pipe damage due to the weather. The mayor, health inspector and building inspector have all been on site and are pleased with the progress. We understand there is one more leak to fix and then we should back to normal. We continue to keep our patients and residents informed of progress.”

WVTM 13 will continue to follow this story as it develops.

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