Country star Zach Bryan helps Nebraska community clean up after tornadoes, photos show

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Country star Zach Bryan was spotted helping with cleanup efforts in Nebraska after tornadoes tore through suburban Omaha over the weekend.

Photos and videos emerged on social media Sunday, April 28, showing the singer helping teams of people sort through the wreckage of damaged homes.

“Did not expect Zach Bryan to show up to our house after a Tornado,” someone said in a TiKTok video showing the singer walking among the wreckage and assisting a team of people hauling the damage away.

One person shared a photo of the singer helping her son haul what appears to be a damaged air conditioning unit away from a home’s wreckage.

“I was a fan before but now even more so. That’s country music star @zachlanebryan and my son Gavin helping with tornado cleanup,” they said in the post. “What a great human!”

The singer and his band were in town for two nights in Omaha on his Quittin Time tour. Bryan posted a photo of the devastation on his Instagram page and said he felt compelled to help the community where he’d lived for years.

“As an American and someone who lived in Omaha for some pretty formidable years of my life, I want to offer some honest prayers and hopes to the communities affected by the tornadoes that tore through them,” Bryan said in the April 27 post. “The band and I are standing with you guys as we are playing some shows in Omaha. I am so sorry to anyone that is having to deal with picking up the pieces of their homes and their lives. Without taking credit from the thousands of people lending a hand who have roots here, we love you so much and we’ll do all we can to help.”

This story is breaking and will be updated with more information.

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