— It’s a new service truck.
But if it isn’t, there’s a service truck waiting for it on the corner.
A new service center in Deerfield, Ill., has been shut down by the city after a storm hit on Tuesday, and it’s a first for the Chicago area.
The Deerfield Service Center closed at 4:30 p.m.
ET on Tuesday after a snowstorm, according to a statement on the Deerfield City website.
It was reopened around 7 p.t.
The Deerfield service center is located on the south side of Chicago.
The city is asking residents in Deerfields, Rockford, Woodridge, Oak Park and St. Louis Park to go to local businesses and get help finding a truck to deliver food to their homes.
People in the city’s suburbs are also being urged to stay away from the storm.
There was no immediate word on how many people were affected.
The Illinois State Highway Patrol tweeted that it was responding to “several reports of a vehicle involved in a snow emergency.”
The Illinois Department of Public Health said its Twitter account tweeted that the department is responding to a “serious snow storm.”
It’s the latest storm to hit Illinois since the U.S. government started issuing mandatory mandatory evacuations on Tuesday.
In addition to Deerfield’s closure, other storm-related closures are also under way in other areas of the state.
A few days ago, Gov.
Bruce Rauner ordered the state to stop releasing food to residents, saying that he was concerned about the possibility of contamination.
The state said in a news release that it will also “issue an advisory to the public, which includes the following instructions: do not eat food or drink water while the storm is active.”