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Published:May 11th, 2016 14:24 EST

Domino's Pizza Employees Save Loyal Customer's Life

By Robert Paul Reyes

"On Sunday, a team of employees at the northeast Salem Domino`s store were talking about how long it had been since they`d heard from one of their regular customers, Kirk Alexander.

The middle-aged man was known, especially among evening shift drivers, for his near-daily order, which varied and which he placed almost daily for more than seven years.

Realizing that they hadn`t heard from him for a few days, Sarah Fuller, the store`s general manager, worked with her assistant manager Jenny Seiber, and together they looked up his last order. They discovered 11 days had lapsed since he`d last phoned in for pizza, wings or a sandwich."


The general manager decided to send a driver to Alexander`s home after a call to his phone went straight to voicemail.

The driver noticed the lights on in Alexander`s home, but he wasn`t answering the door, so he called 911. The paramedics arrived on the scene and determined that Alexander required immediate medical attention, and he was transported to a hospital.

Alexander must have been an excellent tipper, because the Domino`s employees are visiting their regular customer at the hospital. I hope they brought along a pizza, because we all know how much hospital food sucks.

I`m a regular customer at the Waffle House, if I`m incapacitated at home, I hope one of the wait staff will come looking for me.

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