When a collision shut down the 105 Freeway in California, a food truck owner opened up for business. Early Friday morning, a deadly crash stopped traffic in both directions for two hours, stranding thousands of commuters. Food truck operator Isabel Larios parked in the carpool lane and went outside to make herself coffee. Drivers asked her if she was serving, so she decided to open. Larios, who usually serves construction crews near LAX, estimates she sold dozens of orders of coffee and most of her eggs.
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