Town Holds Vigil After Their Local Taco Bell Restaurant Burns Down (Video)

You can't make this stuff up... The people of Montgomery, Alabama lost their favorite Taco Bell in a fire last week, so they decided to hold a candlelight vigil for it. It started as a joke, but then they realized that they actually would miss being able to pop over for a Doritos Locos taco whenever a craving hit. 

According to The Week

No one was hurt in the fire, which officials say started in a room that held electrical equipment, and the owners have already vowed to rebuild, making the candlelight vigil a celebration as well.

About 100 people showed up for the event, which had to take place in the parking lot of the Arby's next door for safety reasons. Fans who couldn't make it to the actual vigil shared their heartfelt memories on Facebook, including Shaw Gibbons, who said the Taco Bell was there when all other fast food restaurants had forsaken him. "When McDonalds failed me, you lifted me up," he wrote. "When Sonic was closed, you filled my cup. When Arby's went dark, you made me smile. Your quesadillas sustained me mile after mile." Catherine Garcia

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