When Shayda Habib, the manager of a Sugar Land Pizza Hut, found out people were trapped in their flooded homes near her store, she made a decision to "act fast".
As Harvey left widespread devastation throughout Houston, Texas, and surrounding areas, the last thing some may have expected was for pizza restaurants to still deliver.
She gathered a crew, placed pizzas onto kayaks and delivered hot pizzas to families in the Village of Oak Lake neighborhood in Sugarland, KPRC reported. "I called my husband and asked him to gather up kayaks and meet me at the restaurant", Habib said in a press release sent to KENS 5.
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"We packed 120 pizzas into kayaks and took them out to people in their homes", Habib told The Houston Chronicle.
Habib said she was fortunate to have the resources to be able to serve the community they live in and love. "The people in the houses didn't expect us to come".
The pizza manager said she plans on delivering more pizzas on Wednesday and Thursday, until the store runs out of food to deliver.
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