“We had to make the right choice for us and our other manager with us.”.
Knowing they had a warm place to stay, and plenty of food, Kosha opened up an invitation to anyone stuck on the streets to come to the McDonalds.
“We accepted the fact that we weren’t going home, so we might as well open up,” she said.
It wasn’t long before Amherst Police and fire were dropping off stranded motorists at the McDonalds, and into their care.
In fact, more than 50 people throughout the Christmas weekend sought shelter inside the food chain.
Kosha, Spangler and Kendall making sure everyone had what they needed to stay fed, and warm.
The team took in people from all over Western New York, even a baby as young as 7 months old. »