A Waitress's Kind Act Moved These Tired Firefighters To Tears
July 25, 2015
After a long night on the job, New Jersey firefighters Paul Hullings and Tim Young stopped at a diner looking for a hot meal. What they got was much more.
It was in the middle of the night, so Young and Hillings started talking to their waitress, Liz Woodward. After learning that they spent his night putting out a massive warehouse fire in North Brunswick – she decided to pick up the $15 tab.
"I started tearing up and it made me feel good – us firefighters are wanted, people care about us," he told the local news outlet.
But that's not where this story ends. Her simple but generous act inspired the firefighters to pay it forward.
After they learned that Woodward is trying to raise money for her quadriplegic father, who is in need of a wheelchair-accessible van, both Young and Hullings decided to help out.
Hullings said they will do whatever they can to help, including holding a fundraiser.
For more information or to donate, visit GoFundMe.
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