These mind-blowing pictures shows thousands of families queuing up in their cars to get free food and items in U.S.
Families in need waited hours to get goods that have become scarce in stores as panic-buying due to coronavirus pandemic leaves shelves empty.
Amid the coronavirus lockdowns, the San Antonio Food Bank has distributed one million pounds of food to roughly 6,000 families in a single day as millions across the U.S turn to charity organizations to avoid going hungry.
Mind-blowing aerial photos show thousands of cars lined up at Trader’s Village in San Antonio, Texas; during the massive food distribution event on Thursday.
Some people stood anxiously on their cars as they waited in line for hours to get their hands on food and other essentials.
Families in need waited hours to get goods that have become scarce in stores as panic-buying leaves shelves empty.
The sight of long rows of cars waiting outside food banks has become more frequent since the pandemic made its impact on the United States. Similar scenes has been spotted in Florida and Pennsylvania in the last two weeks.
Commenting on the huge turnout, San Antonio Food Bank President and CEO Eric Cooper, said
‘The need is that great,’
‘We are moving through food so fast, this is our second big distribution this week; but there are hundreds of distributions that are going on all the time.’
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