FOX NEWS - Five young men in New Jersey stepped up on a recent snow day to ensure that a neighbor on kidney dialysis would be able to make it to her daily appointment.
On March 4, Parsippany High School seniors Patrick Lanigan, Justin Stanton, Chris Leibfred, Tyler Grieco and Amon Sharafi pitched in to remove the sudden snowfall from neighbor Natalie Blair’s driveway at 4:30 a.m., so that the woman could safely make it to her 6 a.m. dialysis treatment, the Morristown Daily Record and ABC 7 reported.
The night before, Lanigan realized that the six to eight inches of anticipated snowfall could prevent his neighbor from getting to her appointment, the Record reported. As Blair is awaiting a kidney transplant, her daily treatments are of urgent importance.
Lanigan called his friends and classmates, who were happy to bundle up and lend a helping hand. Rallying together bright and early Monday morning, the teens had cleared the area within 30 minutes, preparing a clear path for the transporting ambulance to pick up the elderly woman right on time.