Utah volunteers build bunk beds for kids in need
During the Bunks Across America event, held by nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace, volunteers set out to build 2,500 bunk beds. At the Lowe's parking lot in Lehi, volunteers started constructing 25 of those bunk beds while the morning sun beat down.
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