How you can help Gatlinburg fire victims here in Northeast Ohio

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PARMA, Ohio -- A local barbershop is doing its part to help fire victims in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and is hoping you can join them.

Mario Innocenzi says he was passing through on his way home to Northeast Ohio when he saw just how bad things were.  He knew he needed to help.

So when he came home, he teamed up with Pathways Church to fill a truck with supplies and drive it to Gatlinburg.

If you would like to help, you can drop off a donation at Mario's Barbershop on Broadview Road in Parma, or you can help by making a pledge via their Go Fund Me account.

  • Click here for more on the Mario’s Barbershop GoFundMe account for Gatlinburg
  • Click here for Mario’s Barbershop Facebook Page
  • Click here for continuing coverage on the fires
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