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July 23, 2018 – As they ate breakfast after a long night shift, a group of EMTs was brought to tears by a heartwarming surprise: Their meal had been paid for. The six volunteers were dining at an IHOP in Toms River, New Jersey, on Friday when an anonymous woman paid their bill, leaving a moving message on the receipt. “Paid, thank you for all you do! Have a great day!” the note said. It was simply signed: “Recovering Addict.” … Alyssa Golembeski, captain of the Toms River First Aid Squad, said the general manager of the IHOP came to the EMTs’ table to inform them that a woman had paid for their meal. “EMTs do not eat light,” Golembeski said. “We racked up a $77 bill.”

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