It continues to say the company is thankful that there were no injuries but officials also realize the hardship placed on families, especially those whose homes were lost or damaged. Staton continued to express thanks to first responders and others who helped during the crisis.
"During the coming weeks, our team will be working to express that appreciation directly to residents and community organizations that provided support following the incident," he said.
"Along with community partners and support groups, we are working to help those in need by providing temporary housing and other essentials. That support will continue as long as necessary to help these families' lives return to normal."
Mountain Mission is collecting anything needed to run a household as well as gift cards and cash for the families.
Mountain Mission is at 1620 Seventh Ave. on Charleston's West Side. When dropping off items, specify that they are for Sissonville fire victims. Those who make cash donations may write "Sissonville fire victims" in the memo line. Go to www.mountainmission.com to contribute online. For further information, call Mountain Mission at 304-344-3407.
Roberts said it is a miracle that nobody was injured in the incident.
"God had his hand on the people driving down the interstate and living in the area," Roberts said.
Contact writer Charlotte Ferrell Smith at charlo...@dailymail.com or 304-348-1246.