The nurses were working through a blackout, and some had not eaten for hours.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Despite the chaos that came with Thursday night’s severe weather, two people came together to spread some cheer.

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Laurie Ferretti took her boyfriend to the emergency room at St. Clair Health for nothing too serious, but she discovered the nurses working to save lives during a blackout!

Some had been working without food for hours, so Ferretti ordered them some pizza.

She ran into a problem though — a fire truck was blocking her car.

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So she put out a call on social media: would someone please brave the storm to make the delivery?

Bob Annan saw the post and concluded, why not me:

“I live in Brookline and had no power,” he said. “It was really hot last night, and my wife is a nurse and she had to work in the morning at UPMC Montefiore. So I didn’t want to wake her up, so I thought it had to be cooler in the car, so I hopped in the car, went to Fiori’s and I got her pizza.”

“Fiori’s was unable to take my credit card over the phone, so he just trusted me that I pay him the next day and he gave me a great discount, but the nurses were so grateful,” Ferretti said.

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Annan says he was happy to help, and the moment has served to restore faith in strangers.