Restaurant Offers Refuge To First Responders Battling Holy Fire

 

This week's Feel Good Friday story is so close to home.

Most people would evacuate during a dangerous fire but not the good people over at Hell's Kitchen Motorsports Bar and Grill. 

The restaurant refused to evacuate despite evacuation orders in the area, instead they remained open and offered refuge to first responders battling the Holy Fire. 

The owner of Hell's Kitchen Motorsports Bar & Grill, Frank Opp, not only kept his doors open for firefighters but he also served food and beverages to those fighting the Holy Fire since it began in the Cleveland National Forest.

Frank Opp started a GoFundMe account in order to be able to provide responders with breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner for as long as they need it. Click here if you'd like to donate.

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Jesse Lozano

Jesse Lozano

Jesse Lozano is an on air radio host on: 102.7 KIIS FM from 3pm-7pm. Los Angeles' Hit Music AND Star 94.1 FM in San Diego. Read more

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