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Two Ways of Reaching Out to the Folks in West, Texas

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A sign in Where Y'At.

A sign in Where Y’At.

The tragedy of what occurred in West, Texas, when a fertilizer plant there exploded on April 17, continues to unfold. And it continues to affect people from across the state, who are looking for ways to reach out and help.

Several eateries in San Antonio are doing their part by raising money, proving once again that restaurateurs in this city are willing to do what they can.

One is Pieter Sypesteyn of the Where Y’At food truck in the Alamo Street Eat Bar, 609 S. Alamo St. He’s donating any tips to the West Texas relief effort, according to a photo he posted on Facebook.

Plus, on Monday, the folks at Texas Roadhouse are donating 10 percent of their entire food sales to two relief funds. Dinner hours are from 4 to 10 p.m.

The two funds are the West, Texas, Victim Relief Fund and the West, Texas, Firefighters and EMS Fallen Hero Fund.

West TexasTexas Roadhouse has three San Antonio locations: 2893 Cinema Ridge, (210) 521-2988; 16915 San Pedro Ave., (210) 495-7427; and 13830 N. I-35, Live Oak, (210) 967-4998.

If you know of any other fundraisers for the folks in West, email or


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