Virginia school district buys food truck to provide students with free meals during summer

A Virginia school district has purchased a food truck to serve free lunches to students over the summer.

Danville Public Schools bought the food truck, which costs $42,000, because of its "desire to feed our children as much as we can," Phillip Gardner, Danville Public Schools director of child nutrition, told ABC News.

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