Hundreds receive food bank's assistance at WPAFB

The food pantry was open to the public, but most of the estimated 400 to 500 people who received assistance were civilian employees at WPAFB, according to reports. It was open from 10 to 11 a.m. today.

The pantry consisted of fresh produce, meat, pasta and canned foods.

One woman in line said she's a single parent, and she received assistance to take care of herself and her family.

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