Town Holds Vigil For Dead Taco Bell! – SNN News Brief

Town Holds Vigil for Dead Taco Bell! – SNN News Brief

A Facebook proposal for a candlelight vigil to mourn the Taco Bell restaurant went viral, and more than one hundred people showed up Sunday night to honor their fallen favorite.

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MONTGOMERY, Ala.

The fast-food restaurant caught fire in the early hours of Wednesday, Jan. 17. No one was injured, and authorities haven’t determined the cause of the blaze.

 

But the closure of Taco Bell hit close to home for many current and former Montgomery residents.

 

A Facebook proposal for a candlelight vigil to mourn the restaurant went viral, and more than one hundred people showed up Sunday night to honor their fallen favorite.

The crowd, many in their teens and early 20s, brought Taco Bell products and candles, milling about the parking lot of the adjacent Arby’s after event organizers found the Taco Bell lot was closed off.

 

The vigil was lighthearted for all involved, but Portis said Taco Bell was a favorite of hers for the same reasons many young people, just old enough to drive their parents’ car to a quick dinner or confined to kitchen-less dorms, are often drawn to fast food joints.

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