Some may call it a baby shower on wheels. On Wednesday, some local military moms-to-be received a special treat just in time for the holidays.
"It benefits us a lot because, like I said, it helps us get started with a bunch of stuff that is a probably a fraction of what we need, you know, in the next few months and getting ready for the baby," said Sweethelda Castro.
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