SEMINOLE, Fla. - Susan Gosney and her husband, both veterans, had it pretty rough during Hurricane Irma.
“We lost quite a bit on our house. (We're) trying to regroup. Carport and everything is gone,” said Gosney.
They were also without power for 5 days and lost all their food. That’s why the Clearwater couple went for help.
“I figured I’d come down and give it a try because I need to restock my fridge.”
This is a familiar story at the Seminole Recreation Center where state officials set up a tent as big as a football field to house the Disaster Food Assistance Program in Pinellas County. If you qualify, you’ll get an EBT card to use for food.