Orlando Chick-Fil-A Opens on Sunday to Feed First Responders, Blood Donors

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Stories of heroism, strength and solidarity are beginning to emerge in the wake of the horrific terror attack in Orlando.

From first responders saving the lives of victims to blood donors lining up around the block, we’ve seen Americans come together to help in any way they can.

That includes several employees at an Orlando Chick-fil-A, who on Sunday delivered free food and drinks to people who were waiting in line to donate blood and law enforcement officials who responded to the mass shooting.

Photos posted to the Chick-fil-A Lee Vista Facebook page show those Good Samaritan employees in action.

The restaurant, which is usually closed on Sundays, wrote on Facebook, “We love our city and love the people in our community.”

Another Orlando Chick-fil-A restaurant posted a photo to their Facebook page of the American flag at half-staff, along with the message, “Pray for Orlando. God Bless the USA.”

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