DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – For the third time during the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of vehicles — each packed with families in need — lined up at Fair Park in Dallas Thursday morning to receive boxes of much-needed food.

It was, again, one of the largest food giveaways in the area, courtesy of the North Texas Food Bank.

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Residents watched as volunteers and members of the National Guard put boxes of food into hundreds of vehicles on Thursday.

“There are no words to explain how I feel, just waiting in line and thinking people are taking time out of their day to help families like mine,” said resident Sylvia Garcia.

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Another resident, a local teacher, said she waited in the long line to get food for her students.

“So I’m a teacher, and several of my students have a need for food and they don’t have the transportation to make it to food pickups… So I go to pantries to keep them fed,” said JaRhondaLynn Cameron.

Gratitude was also handed out from the many recipients who were thankful for the giveaway.

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“It says Dallas really cares about its people and going to feed us, even with a little it, it’s a blessing,” said resident Claudia Frausto.