DAVIE, FL - JUNE 14 : A woman leaves a Taco Bell restaurant June 14, 2002 where "dirty" bomb suspect Jose Padilla worked for two years in Davie, Florida. His former boss Mohammed Javed says while working as a manager of the restaurant, Jose Padilla was hired in 1992 after his release from a Broward County jail. Padilla, also known as Abdullah al Muhajir, is being held on suspicion of plotting a radioactive "dirty" bomb attack in the U.S. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Over 100 People Show Up To Vigil To Pay Respects To Taco Bell That Burned Down

Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

If you were wondering what some folks in Montgomery, Alabama, were doing this past Sunday, just know that they were attending a vigil for a Taco Bell that burned down.

That’s right, folks, over 100 people recently showed up to a vigil put together by Katie James after a Taco Bell in the area was left in ashes after a mysterious early morning blaze destroyed the fast food joint.

Folks showed up with paper cups turned in candleholders, and some people even showed up dressed as angels.

Here’s what James had to say about this Taco Bell vigil:

“It just gave people something to talk about other than all the negativity that’s going on right now.”

And here’s more from that night:

I’m glad people are making a difference out in Alabama.

h/t NY Daily News

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