Bullet wound doesn't stop Florida man from delivering four pizzas
It'll apparently take more than being shot to keep Thomas Stefanelli from making his rounds as a pizza delivery man. He suffered a gunshot wound to his leg Saturday, but the 37-year-old continued to make four more deliveries in Tampa, Florida. He says he was shot by a man in a Halloween mask who was demanding money. Stefanelli says his cell phone wasn't working, so he drove to his next delivery address to call his boss. He then made three more deliveries before being taken to a hospital. An X-ray showed no serious damage and police say they have identified several suspects.
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