Today’s Solutions: November 28, 2023

Chick-fil-A is well known for its beloved chicken sandwiches. But now employees at a restaurant in Houston are getting attention for something way more important: helping out people in their community.

As Tropical Depression Imelda wreaked havoc in parts of Texas last Thursday, many drivers were left stranded on Houston highways due to heavy flooding. Witnessing that, employees at a nearby Chick-fil-A decided to step up and deliver hundreds of sandwiches to those stuck on the roads.

Though the store was closed at the time due to the storm, after getting permission from the franchise’s manager, the workers waded through the floodwaters and delivered food to all the cars stuck on the highway.

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