“I own a salon in Diboll and even if I can do something for them as far as haircuts or anything, I can offer to them, in my salon, I am open for it,” she commented.

However, Lopez said his team was grateful for the support but “this is what we do.”

“We come in. We provide water and sewer, and this is what we do here for the City of Diboll and providing the service to the community,” he explained.

City manager Gerry Boren said whenever things become difficult, the utility crews “work harder to meet the challenge.”

“We’re proud of them and just like I hope the whole community is proud of these guys,” Boren concluded.

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