Laugh Factory comedians try to lift tornado victims' spirits
November 25, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Comedians will try to lift tornado victims' spirits with laughter this Wednesday.
The Laugh Factory in Chicago wants to help people in the town of Washington.
At Monday night's show, they collected clothing, food and money for the victims.
On Wednesday, a couple of comedians from there will drive to Washington to put on a show for residents and distribute the items they collected.
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