Truesdale said she, her team and 25 Ohio National Guard members are working to control the traffic as best they can. More than 100 cars had lined up before the Foodbank started serving food at 1 p.m.
The line was backed up to James H. McGee Boulevard on Wednesday.
Police actively monitored the line.
Truesdale said the Foodbank had enough food for everyone going through the line. The Foodbank is constantly getting in shipments of food from local growers through the Ohio Association of Foodbanks.
“We might not have exactly what people want, like peanut butter, but everyone will get enough food,” Truesdale said.
People can come get food from the Foodbank’s drive through once every 30 days, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone in line by 3 p.m. will be able to get food, Truesdale said.