Linn Benton Food Share loses goods in train trestle collision

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From the Corvallis Gazette-Times:

A local nonprofit lost thousands of pounds of goods meant to help food-insecure mid-valley residents on Thursday when its truck fell victim to the First Avenue railroad trestle in Albany.

“We lost about 3,000 pounds of food,” said Linn Benton Food Share Director Ryan McCambridge, adding that the truck had made about half of its deliveries at the time of the accident.

“It’s an unfortunate time for that truck to go down,” McCambridge said. “We’ll have to cobble together supplies to keep our deliveries going.”

Read the full article at www.gazettetimes.com/news/local/linn-benton-food-share-loses-goods-in-train-trestle-collision/article_e5c2aae0-4c9b-5070-9755-cdf8d0500c3f.html

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