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LeBron James sends taco truck to help feed California first responders at the Getty Fire

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 29 October 2019
After being forced to evacuate his home, Lakers star LeBron James dispatched a taco truck to feed first responders battling the Getty wildfires.
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LeBron James showed his appreciation for first responders fighting the Getty Fire in California. With food. According to Business Insider, he sent a taco truck to the base camp of first responders. James was one of the many residents who had to evacuate their homes because of the fires. The...

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