stepping up to help those affected by harvey. compleo physical therapy and wellness center held a wellness fair today. the goal was to collect water and food for the houston food bank. and nurses at carter blood bus parked outside collected blood donations. the owner and physical therapist says this is especially important to her as she recently moved here from houston. fox 44's christina bauert joins us in control-room with what this wellness fair is about? newsroom: renee the fair attracted quite a few people. and one man who donated blood says this is the time to step up and help those less fortunate. compleo physical therapy and welness center in woodway held its first fair today. its owner dr. kelsey bass welcomed food and water donations for those affected by harvey. there are still a lot of people in houston in shelters after harvey. we've had lots of family friends lose homes and not be able to go back to work miss days of work which you know affects that financial aspect. the fair offered a baylor football watch party and treatment options for scoliosis and pain management. the nurses with carter blood care collected blood donations to supply hospitals in need. when you give blood you can potentially save someone's life and we have disasters, the blood supplies shorten and this replenishes the hospital's supplies. alfred solano says a quick poke is well worth it. the owner told me you give blood you save three babies lives. newsroom: the business is accepting food and water donations till next friday. its owner will drive to houston next saturday and drop them off at the food bank. reporting in newsroom, christina bauert, fox 44 news.
CBS2's Lisa Rozner checks in with grocery shoppers in Inwood stocking up on supplies and food to ride out the fourth nor'easter storm to hit New York City in the past three weeks. Source: CBS 2 New York -