LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Forty-one one pallets worth of supplies are headed to Hurricane Harvey victims, courtesy of the city of Louisville. 

Everything from diapers to Clorox and bottled water was packed up and loaded on to trucks Thursday at Supplies Overseas.

Over the past week the items were collected at all Louisville and Jefferson County Fire Stations. On Thursday night, they were packed and sorted by volunteers. 

"This is really who the United States of America is," Mayor Greg Fischer said. "From time to time we, see the worst of us in the media, and people say, 'Oh my gosh, what's happened to our country?' I;m convinced, with the work I do day in and day out, we're a country of love, a country of fraternity, a country that wants to lift each other up, and efforts like this continue to show it."

Fischer said the city is keeping an eye on Florida and Hurricane Irma. A similar donation drive could be organized for Irma victims depending on the need. 

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