Video is surfacing now showing what happened when a stranded train passenger decided to order a Mother’s Day pizza. The locomotive became motionless between New York City and Washington, D.C. Another commuter on that train captured video of the package approaching the car. The delivery guy climbed down a hill to bring sweet relief to the passengers, who’d been stuck in Delaware for hours on Mother’s Day after the train had a technical issue. In an attempt to make the best of an unfortunate situation, a cafe car worker started handing out candy when the train got stuck, and two moms also toasted Mother’s Day with champagne.
The train arrived at Union Station in the US capital more than three hours late.
Whether you’re on a stranded train or relaxing at home, pizza delivery seems like the perfect birthday meal idea as you reflect on Sunday and plan the next Mother’s Day: a study released in late April found 53% of moms would most want to not have to do any housework like cooking or cleaning on a day they’re being celebrated.
— Mitch Katz (@MitchKatz) May 14, 2017