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Manna Food Pantries damaged in storm

One of the places families can usually turn to for help in times like this is Manna Food Pantries.

But their facility in Pensacola has been devastated by the flood. Manna foods executive director says, the pantry lost 60 to 75 percent of their food stock.

Parts of the warehouse received 3 to 4 feet of water. The main pantry and administrative offices are a total loss. At this point, Manna foods will not be accepting any food donations or distributing any. They already had to turn several people away.

"This is about 16, 000 square feet right now."

And if you would like to help, instead of donating food, manna asks that you make a monetary donation. You can do so on their website at mannafoodpantries.org.