Churches, restaurants, and other groups opened their doors and their hearts, providing free thanksgiving meals. Among those: the Evansville Rescue Mission. All the familiar thanksgiving dishes served by volunteers to rescue mission residents where everyone treats each other like family. "Very good food," says Jon Weaver of Oregon, who was one of hundreds who ate at the rescue mission. "The potatoes are great. The turkey is great." "They're appreciative and we appreciate it," adds Lisa Whitehouse.
By land and by air, they make their way to their destination nearby. "From Indianapolis, someone is taking me to Merrillville, Indiana,” says Gladys Jackson, who was traveling by bus to Indianapolis. They’re also traveling far. "I'm heading west to go back home," says Chris Gillin, who was taking the bus to Colorado from Evansville. AAA says nearly 51 million Americans are traveling more than 50 miles this year, a 3% increase.
Next month, the Spottsville bridge will close for two weekends. First responders and officials in Henderson and Daviess County are planning around it. The plan is to allow Daviess County fire departments to help with emergencies in towns east of the bridge. "The town of Reed is just a few miles from the Spottsville bridge, but when it closes for a few weekends next month, it will take first responders on the opposite side of that bridge longer to get here to help in emergencies."
If anyone’s heading north on Highway 41 to the Twin Bridges, it looks like it will take a while getting across. Here’s the scene from the intersection of 41 and Marywood Dr. in Henderson. https://t.co/2rMHORE4lt
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