Bakers Trapped In Houston Bakery For Two Days Make Tons Of Bread For Hurricane Harvey Shelters

Four bakers stuck in a Houston bakery because of Hurricane Harvey flood waters spend two days baking bread for survivors in shelters.

Four bakers in Houston sure did rise to the occasion when they found themselves trapped inside the bakery where they work.

The Daily Mail reportsWorkers at the El Bolillo Bakery in Houston, Texas, had been working the night shift on Friday when they realized they couldn’t leave the shop because of the rising floodwater.
In the spirit of when life serves you lemons, you make lemonade, these four men made the best use of their time.

They go to work.

Making bread.

Lots and lots of bread!

The manager of the store says they lost count on exactly how many loaves they made, but he did know they used more than 4,400 of flour.

Once the owner of the bakery was able to get to them, they started delivering the bread, pan dulce and pastries to emergency centers around Houston.

Here is a quick look at the fruits of their hard work and generosity.

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Bakers Trapped In Houston Bakery For Two Days Make Tons Of Bread For Hurricane Harvey Shelters

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