Redskins Owner Sends Planes Full Of Supplies, Players To Haiti & Bahamas After Hurricane Matthew


The Washington Redskins used a touchdown to help them beat the Ravens on Sunday and are now using another touchdown to help those affected by Hurricane Matthew – this time on a runway.

After the category 4 storm ravaged the Caribbean leaving almost 1,000 dead in Haiti alone, Redskins owner Dan Snyder sent two planes loaded with food, medical, and other supplies to Haiti and the Bahamas.


Also on the plane, two Pierre Garçon and Ricky Jean Francois, tow of his players both of Haitian descent.


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Beyond the tragic loss of life, thousands of homes have been destroyed, leaving a believed 350,000 people in need of assistance.

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