Well, not pizza necessarily, but a concerned pizza delivery driver. After not hearing from one of her regular customers, a Domino's employee trusts her instincts and  takes action.

Domino’s pizza was the staff of life for Jean Wilson: For three years, every morning the 82-year-old Memphis, Tenn., woman called like clockwork at 10 a.m. for her daily delivery of one large pepperoni pie, along with two Diet Cokes.

It turned out that daily order may very well have saved her life.

When the local Domino’s didn’t receive her order on Monday, Wilson’s regular delivery driver, Susan Guy, became concerned, knowing from personal experience what it might mean. In much less than the 30 minutes Domino’s famously promises, Guy made a beeline to Wilson’s home and banged on the doors and windows. When she received no response, she called 911.

Paramedics arrived to find Wilson lying on her floor and unable to reach the telephone for help.

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