Englewood First Responders Group Reaches Out To Community's Homeless Population Amid Extreme Cold

Englewood First Responders Group Reaches Out To Community's Homeless Population Amid Extreme Cold

Dangerous Cold, Wind Chill Advisory

1/26/2022 10:30:00 AM

Englewood First Responders Group Reaches Out To Community's Homeless Population Amid Extreme Cold

Amid the dangerous cold and subzero wind chills Tuesday night, it was especially important for the group Englewood First Responders to reach out to the community’s homeless.

READ MORE:Chicago Weather: Wind Chill Advisory In Effect, Wind Chills Dropping Well Below Zero“Tonight, we’re going to any place we see homeless people – really, less fortunate people that need coffee, tea, soup,” said Charles McKenzie of Englewood First Responders.

McKenzie stopped to talk to one man who lives in a trailer in the area. McKenzie knows the man, who was grateful for the help.However, McKenzie said: “Some people just don’t want to leave, because they feel like it’s their home, but if I can offer them something to keep them warm; to keep their spirit lifted, that’s what matters to us. But we’re praying and hoping that they can go to a shelter tonight.”

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CBS 2’s Jermont Terry joined the group on its mission Tuesday night. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Wind Chill Advisory In Effect, Wind Chills Dropping Well Below Zero “Tonight, we’re going to any place we see homeless people – really, less fortunate people that need coffee, tea, soup,” said Charles McKenzie of Englewood First Responders. McKenzie stopped to talk to one man who lives in a trailer in the area. McKenzie knows the man, who was grateful for the help. However, McKenzie said: “Some people just don’t want to leave, because they feel like it’s their home, but if I can offer them something to keep them warm; to keep their spirit lifted, that’s what matters to us. But we’re praying and hoping that they can go to a shelter tonight.” READ MORE: