“It takes a healthy dose of realism and a sober attitude to accept that this is going to be a very long-term project,” Hellmuth said.
Serve Moore would be capable of functioning with as few as 300 volunteers, Fisher said.
“What peeves me is when you hear the media saying, ‘We’ve got more volunteers than we need in Moore,’” Hellmuth said. “When you walk around and see the level of destruction, you realize there’s no way we could ever have too many volunteers. It would take the entire state of Oklahoma down here for us to be done with this project anytime soon.”