(ATLANTA) – Greyhound passengers who were stuck for more than a day due to a winter storm finally received food Tuesday morning, reports local ABC News affiliate WSB-TV.
More than 100 passengers stranded at the Atlanta bus station after Monday’s winter storm had started to search for food on their own.
"I took it upon myself to call McDonalds’ corporate office in Chicago and they connected me to the southern region here and the McDonalds here down the street …he brought food for everybody …,” passenger Valencia Dantzler told WSB.
The Atlanta Mayor’s Office, which was also made aware of the situation, instructed the city jail to provide sandwiches for the passengers.
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