SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - The city of Sioux Falls was lit up Monday night as a show of community unity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Organizers of Light Up Sioux Falls encouraged residents to shine lights - whether they were yard lights, flashlights, or even phones - Monday night to show support for people who are being impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Aerial video was provided by Storybuilt media.
Light Up Sioux Falls is an event to show appreciation for healthcare workers, COVID-19 patients, businesses, workers who have lost their jobs, and those that are struggling with mental health due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
On Monday night, Light Up Sioux Falls is asking residents to turn on your lights, flashlights and/or phones to light up the sky for 15 minutes starting at 9 pm.
A helicopter and aerial photographer and videographer will be capturing the event.
You find more information on the event’s Facebook event page.