Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:21 PM EDTStars from the reality TV show "Moonshiners" are trying to help victims of last week's deadly plant explosion in West Texas. They held a fundraiser Monday night at the Columbus Fire Department in Polk County. Several volunteer firefighters with the West Fire Department were among those killed in the blast. Moonshiners Tim Smith, Josh Owens, along with Cutie Pie and Bootleg Bill are trying to get donations to send their way. The fire chief says every fire department in Polk County pitched in to donate fire equipment, water and food. They even received donations from Landrum, SC.Moonshiners Fundraiser For TX Blast Victims
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