"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of" ... delivering a pizza? Hmm, that doesn't sound right.
A pizza delivery guy in Kentucky is recovering after being stabbed in a carjacking. The crazy part? He still managed to deliver the pies.
25-year-old Josh Lewis was out on a delivery for local Louisville eatery Spinelli's Pizzeria when he was attacked.
Police say a black male in his 40s approached the college student when he got out of his car to deliver the pizzas, stabbed him and took off in Lewis' SUV.
Ironically, Lewis was delivering the pizzas to Norton Hospital. The manager at Spinelli's tells local reporters that Lewis made it inside the ER where he dropped off the pizza and then collapsed.
WLKY reports that Lewis was transferred to another hospital to undergo surgery for a collapsed lung.
Local authorities are seeking the public's help in identifying the suspect. The attacker took off in a black Jeep Cherokee with gold racing stripes and light blue trim and Michigan license plate number CDY6122.
While you or I could never fathom harming the person bringing you all that delicious cheesy goodness, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics delivery occupations are one of the top 10 most dangerous jobs.
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