Many homes are still without power and running water following Friday's storm, and Southern States is doing something to help them.
They've been delivering more than 5,000 gallons of water to farmers in need.
"We just wanted to help out. We had the truck ready to go and just came to the conclusion that with everybody not having water, the pumps are out and so we just wanted to come out and fill up the tanks so everybody would have water," said Matt Porter from Southern States.
NBC29 met up with the water delivery truck as it made a stop at one of the oldest farms on Ridge Road, which was one of the hardest hit by the storm.
The owner of the farm says her family nearly escaped serious injury Friday night when they were on their way home during the storm.
Everyone was safe, but days later they're still without water. They've been using water from their pond to flush the toilet, and they've been bathing in their pool.
Tuesday, Southern States delivered 500 gallons of water to their farm. About 150 gallons was put into a tub on the patio of the home. The family plans on using that water for flushing the toilet. The rest of the water was put into various troths around the property.
That was one of 12 homes Southern States delivered water to. Southern States say they will continue delivering the water as long as it's needed.
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