A mobile command centre used in Thunder Bay during last May's flood is on its way to Alberta to help with flooding there.
Owned by disaster relief organization Samaritan's Purse, the specially designed tractor trailer was used in the city last year, and now it's heading west to Alberta.
James VanMarrum, who’s with the relief agency, made a brief stop in Thunder Bay Sunday evening during his trek to flood ravaged Calgary.
"When volunteers start walking up people's driveway — 8 or 9 people saying we're going to help you, they have some semblance life is going to get back to normal," he said.
VanMarrum said he's managed to put two-million kilometres on his truck responding to disasters over the years.