Employees at a Chick-fil-A in Houston gave away hundreds of sandwiches to drivers who were trapped by flooding on the highway


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  • Tropical depression Imelda stranded the driver at I-45 in Houston on Thursday.
  • A nearby Chick-fil-A employee delivered 200 to 400 sandwiches to drivers trapped on the highway.
  • Jean-Paul Alvarado, owner and operator of the franchise, told Business Insider, "This is a small gesture of love for our community and a way to give it back when needed."
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Chick-fil-A was back for a chicken sandwich and kind deeds.

Im Melda's Wrath: Tropical Storm Floods in Imelda, Kingwood, Hundreds of Homes in Modest Areas


Tropical Depression When Imelda stranded drivers on the Houston Highway on Thursday, the staff at nearby Chick-fil-A decided to offer hundreds of sandwiches to people trapped on the road.See the rest of the story in Business Insider.


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