Quote: I'd have to actually get him to the special needs shelter which I can't do in my truck. He's had several strokes and his left side is pretty useless for moving and my truck is way too high for him to get in (he's over 350lbs). Then I doubt any shelter would have a bed he could use given his size. Called emergency number and no one has any idea about who has generators, FEMA just says high call volume and disc the call. Strike on red cross as well.
I'm not sure if this will be of any help to you, but perhaps it will. I just called Home Depot in Savannah, GA, and they have generators in stock. Here's their phone number: 1-912-921-0158. It would be a bit of a drive for you, but they are in stock.
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