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Should wheelchairs be allowed in the drive-through?

Severely disabled and facing life alone from day to day, the only reasonable way Marquette can independently enjoy a fast food meal is to take her wheelchair through the drive-through window lane of restaurants like the Prescott Valley Burger King -- something that is officially against Burger King corporate policy. (I’ve blurred the employee’s face to protect them from corporate disciplinary action.)
Photo by Richard Haddad/WNI

Severely disabled and facing life alone from day to day, the only reasonable way Marquette can independently enjoy a fast food meal is to take her wheelchair through the drive-through window lane of restaurants like the Prescott Valley Burger King -- something that is officially against Burger King corporate policy. (I’ve blurred the employee’s face to protect them from corporate disciplinary action.)

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