HOLLYWOOD, CA – Food truck worker Reina Estrada says she’s just trying to make a living.
“I’m just trying to take care of my family. I don’t want to take welfare,” Estrada said.
The food truck she operates on Hollywood Boulevard gets a lot of business but her shop owner neighbors say what’s good for her is bad for them.
“The smoke from food makes our clothes smell, she blocks my business, takes up parking in front of my store,” Mike Zadeh, owner of Hot Rock clothing store said.
The war of words goes back and forth.
“They smoke cigarettes in the store, they get smoke on their own clothes. It smells more like cigarettes than hot dogs,” Estrada said.
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