An Update On The Motel Owner Who Provided Free Rooms To Families Hit By Hurricane Florence
November 26, 2018
Two months ago, South Carolina motel owner Jaret Hucks opened his doors to victims of the flooding from Hurricane Florence. Hucks gave away more than 1,000 free nights to the community's poorest and most vulnerable evacuees.
Steve Hartman with CBS News decided to follow up on Hucks this week and found that he's now a full-service good Samaritan.
So far, Hucks has given away about $50,000 worth of services.
But even more important is the generosity he has inspired in others.
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