Click on the arrow below to listen to this story
Community members loaded up their cars, trucks, vans, and in one case even a U-Haul, to bring groceries to a Minneapolis neighborhood after riots destroyed stores and shops in the area, Fox 9 reported.
The neighborhood’s police station was the center of heated protest that turned to riots on Wednesday and Thursday. Stores in the area were hit by looters and people looking to cause trouble.
Residents were asked to bring food and other supplies for families who were left without a nearby place to shop. On top of that, many people had no transportation after buses shut down due to the riots.
Video shows bag after bag of groceries lining the sidewalk around the middle school.
The video can be viewed at Fox 9.