Pizza delivery driver helps save choking man's life
It's official: Pizza saves lives.
When teenager Anson Lemmer went to his third day of work at Uncle Pizza in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, he had a normal day of pizza deliveries -- until the last run of the night.
He found a man turning blue and in desperate need of CPR.
Lemmer didn't hesitate, he told the Post Independent: "It's important not to get caught up in the bystander effect ... he's going to wake up with sore ribs."
After about 10 minutes, the man started to breathe again and was taken to the local hospital for further treatment.
"He shook my hand and tipped me out pretty well," he said.
Lemmer says he called his parents after the rescue, telling them: "I left a pizza boy and came back a pizza man."
Ordering pizza has saved more than one life.
Memphis resident Jean Wilson used to order Dominoes pizza every day for three years. When her local store hadn't heard from her for three days, a delivery person to check on her.
As it turned out, Wilson had fallen and couldn't get to a phone to call for help.
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