TULSA, Okla. -- Tulsa's Salvation Army is mobilizing its first crew to head to Texas to help feed those affected by tropical storm Harvey.
Their mobile canteen is stocked with food and water, ready to serve 1,500 people a day.
The crew of four will be leaving Monday morning and joining 10 other mobile canteens from Oklahoma already stationed in affected areas.
Captain Ken Chapman expects the crew to be out there for 14 days. Then, another crew will rotate and take its place.
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