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Southern California grocery store roof collapses under two feet of snow as historic storms tear through region, limiting food for locals.

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A grocery store in San Bernardino was forced to shutter its doors after a snowstorm caused the roof to collapse, reports say.
The store addressed inquiries about food involved in the incident in a statement on Thursday.
The historic storm damaged thousands of properties and structures in Southern California.
A Los Angeles-area grocery store is picking up the pieces after a historic winter storm in Southern California caused its roof to collapse.

Goodwin and Sons Market — located in Crestline, California, about 73 miles east of Los Angeles in the San Bernardino Mountains — was one of several structures damaged from rain and snowstorms that pummeled the region this week. The grocery store's roof buckled under the weight of two feet of snow, a local NBC station reported on Thursday.
My cousins who live in SoCal were saying the snow was over in the mountains when I asked them about it.
Lilnonames · F
Should give all food away for free to locals

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