Domino's Employees Help Save Customer's Life

Store managers Sarah Fuller and Jenny Seiber describe how they helped a loyal customer who had skipped his routine pizza order.
2:48 | 05/11/16

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"Hold on" because help is coming. Domino's delivering in a big way. Some fast-thinking workers in Oregon are being credited with saving a loyal customer's life. They knew something was up when he stopped placing his regular order and that's when they called 911. Listen to this. 911, do you have an emergency? Well, I need some help on what to do. It could be an emergency. Okay. What's going on? This is domino's pizza and we have a customer that usually orders like every night from us. And he hasn't ordered in 11 days. Hmm. Joining us now Sarah fuller and jenny Seiber. Thank you both. You have restored our belief in doing the right thing and knowing something was up. So tell us a little bit, Sarah. Tell us about the man that we heard in the 911 call. He was a delivery man, one of yours and you sent him to the home and what did he find out when he got there? He went to Kurt's house and the lights were on, the TV was going but no one was answering the door. And so what did he do next? He came back to the store and that's when we went ahead and decided to place the 911 call. And the police showed up and they heard Kurt screaming for help. The customer. Yeah, they were able to knock on the door and they were listening, I guess and heard him yelling for help inside. And, guys, so how regular a customer was he? I mean, how many -- what made you know that something wasn't quite right? Jenny? He places an order almost every evening, every other evening around about midnight, 11:00 at night so we knew after Saturday -- Saturday was getting later. No order was coming in that there was something up. You both visited him in the hospital. They're not giving details exactly what happened to him. But how is he doing when you were able to see him? He's doing a lot better but the first day we saw him he was a little out of it just yes and no questions and then I went back on Monday and he was doing a lot better. He says that he felt better. Oh, good. And we saw him yesterday and he had been moved to the rehabilitation center of the hospital and saying more. He's still really tired but he seems to be doing a lot better and making a recovery. Great, great. We're glad that he's doing better and glad that you were there for him and since you guys are superheroes we'll send you to the "Captain America: Civil war" and give you and your friends tickets to go there and see it because we think you are superheroes and the surprise from domino's. Domino's is going to send you guys and Tracy to Vegas for the worldwide rally. Way to go, guys.

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