An Alabama Taco Bell received the send-off of its so-called life on Sunday. The Taco Bell was lost due to a fire, and the community came to mourn the loss. "It just gave people something to talk about other than all the negativity that's going on right now," said event organizer Katie James. The Facebook event for the fake vigil went viral.
Meanwhile in Montgomery... pic.twitter.com/ky9cFJs39J— Cassie Sadie (@cassopatra) January 18, 2018
A local comedian came out to perform, people marched in the restaurant's honor...
I can report the youths are at it at a Taco Bell vigil in Montgomery pic.twitter.com/K11dsZrhsc— Melissa Brown (@itsmelissabrown) January 22, 2018
...Some went to eat at Arby's after, which is where the vigil was held, since the Taco Bell parking lot was closed due to investigation. However, local resident Shaw Gibbons put it best in a recent Facebook post, "When McDonalds failed me, you lifted me up. When Sonic was closed, you filled my cup. When Arby's went dark, you made me smile. Your quesadillas sustained me mile after mile."