Fishermen donate giant tuna catch to feed health care workers
Five men in Hawaii made an extraordinary gesture for health care workers battling the coronavirus.
During a fishing trip, the men caught two yellowfin tuna, weighing roughly 220 pounds combined. When they arrived back at the dock, they sent the fish to a seafood distributor.
The fish was cleaned, cut and processed. They then prepared 300 poke bowls to feed health care workers. The bowls were delivered to Straub Medical Center and The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu.
The fishermen said their act of kindness was inspired by a local Hawaiian Setsuo Todoraki, who recently died at the age of 104. Following his fishing trips, he would donate his catch to feed those in need.