Chick-fil-A restaurants opened Sunday to serve Orlando residents

Chick-fil-A may have a strict “no business on Sunday” policy, but the company threw it out the window in order to serve Orlando residents affected by terrorist attacks. Several Orlando locations of the chicken restaurant were open Sunday to provide assistance to those in need after a shooting early Sunday morning at a gay nightclub in downtown Orlando, which left 49 people dead as well as the gunman. Chick-fil-A employees were also seen handing out sandwiches on Sunday to hundreds of police and first responders at the crime scene. Others were spotted giving away sandwiches to people who had donated blood after city officials called for donations.

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