November 28, 2014

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Bread products donated to food bank after crash


The bread in this crate was donated to Second Harvest Foodbank after a Brownberry Premium Breads truck was totaled in a crash. KRISTIN BAUER | CHRONICLE

Out of what would be considered an unfortunate accident, bread products salvaged from a totaled Brownberry Premium Breads truck were donated to Second Harvest Foodbank to help feed needy families throughout Crawford, Erie, Huron and Lorain counties.

The remaining bread products will be taken to the Serenity House in Sandusky.

The accident at state Route 58 and Lincoln Street in Oberlin early Monday involved the northbound truck, which was struck by an eastbound car coming from Lincoln Street driven by Oberlin resident Jehaun White.

White, of the 100 block of Lincoln Street, was cited for failure to yield.

David L. Vaughn Jr.

This bread truck was struck by a car on Lincoln Street Monday morning. Photo courtesy of David L. Vaughn Jr.

  • Phil Blank

    Send some this way.
    You know what I pay for Brownberry at Wal-Mart, around $3.00 a loaf.

  • luvmytoaster

    Really Phil? Does anyone force you to purchase Brownberry for $3.00 a loaf? You can obviously afford the bread that you are currently buying otherwise you would buy the store brand for about $1.50. You sound like a whiner.

    • Mick

      Got to say…This is the only bread worth the price though. Yummy!!!