Saturday, May 1 2010 11:19 AM EDT2010-05-01 16:19:26 GMT
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
The Littletown Food Bank on the southeast side, behind Pima Air and Space Museum, has caution tape around the storage building.
It's waiting on fire inspectors to go through all the food to see if any of it is still salvageable.
Volunteers set up canopies this morning. It's the first day
they've distributed food since a fire tore through the area.
Arson investigators are looking into what may have started
Volunteers say there was arson there about four years ago,
but Tucson News Now checked with the Tucson Fire Department and they have no record of it.
The food bank helps up to 70 people per day, but
not as many showed up Monday.
Volunteers are no longer able to store anything inside the
food bank, so if they don't give away all the food the day of, they have
nowhere to store it.
They let some people get back in line a second time.
"We knew it wouldn't
stop us. We knew we'd be able to help the people anyway. It might be a little
bit harder for us, but it wasn't going to stop us."
"Toward the end of the month when I'm running out of
food, I can always come up here and get milk, cheese, bread, even some
sandwiches sometimes. They give you canned juice. You can mix it up and give it
to my grandbabies. Anything is helpful."
They are in need of donationsand food, which can be dropped off at Littletown Food Bank, which is open Monday through Thursday
from 7 a.m. until noon.