By Natalie Zarowny
Fire sprinkler installation is almost done in a Davenport homeless shelter that was in danger of closing down.
King's Harvest shelter owners found out they needed to install a new $57 thousand sprinkler system last May.
Workers are almost finished installing the new system and staff members are relieved to know they can continue helping people in need around the Quad Cities.
"Thrilled, because the other option was we would have to close, so, they were just thrilled because now we can keep these services going," said Maggie Reed, of King's Harvest Ministries.
The shelter ended up raising $110 thousand, and the extra money is going to a new fire alarm system and exit signs.