A group of firefighters in Vacaville, Calif., were treated to a nice surprise this weekend when they discovered that an anonymous woman had paid for their groceries.
While standing in line at a Costco store, the firefighters, who were wearing camouflage T-shirts in honor of Memorial Day, received an emergency call. When they returned to the store, they discovered that somebody had picked up the tab on their food, CBS Sacramento reports.
The kind-hearted woman didn't give her name, but she did leave a note on the $123 receipt that read, “Firefighters - Thanks for being there for us! Have a good weekend." She had signed it: "Air Force wife."
The firefighters didn't have a way to thank the woman, so they posted a note of appreciation on their department's Facebook page. They're also making an effort to pay it forward, according to CBS Sacramento.
“Later that day [Sunday] the crew was at Lucky’s,” Battalion Chief Jeff Ryder said. “There was an older couple behind them buying flowers [that]Read More »from Firefighters' groceries paid for by anonymous 'Air Force wife'