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KMBC 9 News has confirmed the stolen trailer with more than 12,000 meals for local veterans was found Friday morning in Kansas City, Kansas.
Unfortunately, most of the food is gone.
The article goes on to state the following:
A local food bank packed more than 12,000 meals to donate to Friends In Service Of Heroes (F.I.S.H), a local veteran service organization.
The report further explained that the trailer “contained 12,100 meal packets. Each packet makes eight meals, totaling nearly 97,000 meals. The meals were going to be delivered to the Kansas City VA Medical Center on Nov. 21.”
The 5×8 interstate trailer was stolen sometime between Saturday evening and Monday morning, while it was parked at the Friends In Service Of Heroes headquarters in Lenexa.
WATCH the video report below for more information:
— KWCH Eyewitness News (@KWCH12) November 15, 2019
Trailer with thousands of meals for homeless veterans recovered with most of food gone – KMBC Kansas City https://t.co/JIrqLMfHXl
— Veterans Support Syndicate (@Veterans_SS) November 15, 2019
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