High School Students Shovel Woman's Driveway At 4:30 AM So She Can Make It To Dialysis Treatment

High School Students Shovel Woman's Driveway At 4:30 AM So She Can Make It To Dialysis Treatment

Knowing an upcoming snowstorm could prevent a neighbor from getting crucial medical treatment, a group of high school students shoveled the woman's driveway at 4:30 in the morning to ensure she could leave the house.

Credit: Peter Lanigan / Twitter

Brothers Brian and Patrick Lanigan knew the snowstorm could be a life or death situation for their neighbor Natalie Blair. So Patrick opened up his phone and started reaching out to friends to help out.

Three of his fellow Parsippany High School seniors answered the call and volunteered to spend the night at the Lanigan house just to wake up and start shoveling.

"Snow Angels disguised as PHS Srs," Peter Lanigan wrote on Twitter.



"Justin, Pat, Chris, Tyler & Amon got up super early 4:30 (really never slept) to shovel a driveway for a neighbor who needed to get to dialysis."

Credit: Peter Lanigan / Twitter

"These young men restore my faith in humanity!! Job well done! Thanks guys!" @AlmaGayle replied to Lanigan's Twitter post.

"The parents of these kids have raised some good human beings," wrote @ohromujici.

"This made me cry! So proud of these young men! They ARE true ANGELS in this world! God bless them all! Made my day!" Tasha Strehl wrote.

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