Fayetteville relief drive helps Rockport, Texas, where Harvey made landfall

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Fayetteville relief supplies headed for Rockport, Texas.

People are still working to help the people in the Texas flood zone.

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A truckload of relief supplies left Fayetteville on Friday afternoon heading for Texas.

Houston has been the focus of national attention in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, but this truckload of supplies is headed for Rockport, one of the cities that took a direct hit from the massive storm.

"A lot of times, lots of smaller places get left out once a bigger city gets hit," said Robert Dominguez, who got the Fayetteville community involved. "It's not like any of them need help less or more than the other. It's just the smaller places get left out, especially ones that aren't really known."

That's why Dominguez put out the call to his real-estate colleagues at Keller Williams.

In just two days, Keller Williams collected hundreds of items, including dog food, diapers, cleaning supplies and food. It's all going to flood victims in Rockport - Dominguez's hometown.

He's personally driving 24 hours to take the supplies to the hundreds of people on the coast struggling to pick up the pieces after the storm.

You can donate to Keller Williams' relief efforts here.

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