Vehicles line up for more than 2 miles in this Texas community for food distribution

The demand for food and supplies during the coronavirus pandemic has remained consistent throughout the nation.

Many have lost their jobs, others don’t have transportation to go to the store and some are still without the supplies they need for their families. In order to help as many people as possible, the San Antonio Food Bank teamed up with Atascosa County to feed meals and hope to hundreds of people Saturday morning.

Vehicles began to line up around 2 a.m. Saturday outside the Atascosa County Courthouse, winding through neighborhoods at least two miles away.

The San Antonio Food Bank teamed up with Atascosa County to feed meals and hope to hundreds of people Saturday morning. Vehicles began to line up around 2 AM Saturday outside the county courthouse, winding through neighborhoods at least two miles away. (KSAT 12)

“We got here at 6:30 a.m.,” Deborah Frantz said. Frantz was in her car with her daughter to pick up groceries. “We were about four blocks back.”

The rural mass distribution wasn’t scheduled to start until 10 o’clock but people like Alejandra Burdick didn’t want to risk her husband or family going hungry.

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