If you're going to get stuck in a lunchtime traffic jam, hope the people at El Tajin taco truck are stuck with you. An overturned tanker brought traffic on a Seattle interstate to a standstill. That's when El Tajin opened up and served their fellow drivers food.
"I got out and was walking around, and I see this lady walking back to her car with a to-go box," Rachel McQuade, who was stuck in traffic for three hours said. "What do you do in a time like that? You've got to make the best of it, right?"
As El Tajin truck owner Thomas Lopez explains, "We are ready to serve food, everywhere."
Source: Seattle Times