Food Trucks For Sale In Louisiana – After a fiery truck accident leaving traffic jams for hours on Interstate 105 near Los Angeles early Friday, a food truck mired in the carpool lane did the only thing that made sense: They began serving food to hungry people who stuck on the freeway. The truck, AC Catering, opened a window and a row of hungry riders was formed soon, according to tweets from people trapped on the highway and photographer L.A. Times, Chris Keller.
“It has been in the west since 5:15 a.m. because of a tank truck fire. Looking for friends and keeping things light thanks to AC Catering,” Keller wrote on Twitter, before officials informed him that the accident was a fatal accident. “Like a small town restaurant, this is where you find the latest news.”
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A double tanker truck and an SUV engulfed in a fireball on the west side of Interstate 105 in Hawthorne near Los Angeles International Airport shortly after 5am. The two drivers were killed in the dawn accident, and it was unclear whether there were passengers in either vehicle.
Both sides of the freeway and light rail lines are closed for hours while the fire is on. The stop caused a chaotic atmosphere with some people trying to turn the car and drive using on-ramps. Others climbed out of their cars and jumped fences, luggage behind him, in an attempt to get him to the airport on foot to catch flights, according to the CHP.
AC Catering has been in business at Bell Gardens as a kitchen commissioner and maintenance of bay for L.A. food trucks. since the 70s, according to Eater LA.
The truck owner, Carlos Chavez, told L.A. Tacos that the truck is on its way to LAX, where it has been selling food for terminal security over the past decade.
“Because people know we have food, people start approaching us and asking for something to eat,” Chavez said. “We mostly sell breakfast burritos.”
“Burritos de asada, tortas, la gente compró de todo,” he added. “Tacos, burritos.”
Seeing the lines that creep from the truck – and the possibility of eating some hot food – is enough to entertain some people who are trapped, with many saying it is a “peak LA” culture.
“Traffic is so bad that people get out of their cars and march to get food trucks on the freeway,” Anniessa Glover tweeted. “Welcome to California.”