ST. PAUL Minn. Restaurants in Minneapolis and St. Paul are providing meals to recovery workers and others dealing with the aftermath of the collapse Wednesday of a local bridge that was packed with rush-hour commuters, an industry officials said. “This is the kind of thing this industry does all the time,” commented David Siegel, chief executive of Hospitality Minnesota, a state association for restaurants and hotels. “We have had an outpouring of support from other restaurant ...
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