Joseph Badame of Medford, N.J., helps during a food truck fundraiser for the people of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria at Anthony Barber and Victoria Martinez-Barber’s home, Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, in Medford, N.J. Badame donated 80 barrels of food weighing 360 pounds each to hurricane victims.
Joseph Badame of Medford, N.J., helps during a food truck fundraiser for the people of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria at Anthony Barber and Victoria Martinez-Barber’s home, Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, in Medford, N.J. Badame donated 80 barrels of food weighing 360 pounds each to hurricane victims. Elizabeth Robertson AP
Joseph Badame of Medford, N.J., helps during a food truck fundraiser for the people of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria at Anthony Barber and Victoria Martinez-Barber’s home, Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, in Medford, N.J. Badame donated 80 barrels of food weighing 360 pounds each to hurricane victims. Elizabeth Robertson AP

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