Food Truck Eases Pain Of Traffic Congestion Isabel Larios was driving her food truck when traffic from an accident forced it to stop. The Los Angeles Times reports she opened the truck to make herself coffee and other motorists placed orders.
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Food Truck Eases Pain Of Traffic Congestion

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Food Truck Eases Pain Of Traffic Congestion

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Isabel Larios was driving her food truck when traffic from an accident forced it to stop. The Los Angeles Times reports she opened the truck to make herself coffee and other motorists placed orders.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene. Freeway traffic - it's part of life here in LA, but Isabel Larios has a secret weapon - her food truck. The LA Times reports she was driving it the other morning and got stuck after an accident. She figured, why not get out, open the thing up and make fresh coffee for herself? Of course, other drivers figured, hey, this food truck looks open for breakfast in the middle of the freeway. She served eggs, burritos - really giving new meaning to breakfast on the road. It's MORNING EDITION.

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