ABC7 reports that a team of workers at a McDonald's restaurant in Irwindale, CA are transformed part of their store into a mini mask-making factory.
According to the Los Angeles news network, the store's manager - Almendra Duran says "We got together in the store. We set it up. We got the machines, got it all together so we could start right away." The dining area to this location was already closed because they were following procedures surrounding COVID-19.
With plenty of room and crew, this McDonald's team set out to make enough masks for twelve other McDonald's locations after finding many of them needed them. ABC7 adds that they sent out a call to all crew members asking for any volunteer who could sew
Duran says that the goal here is to give two masks to every employee. Currently there are nearly 1,000 employees.
See ABC7's incredible report below:
PHOTOS: Michael Pernecky and ABC7