There are pizza delivery boys, and then there is Josh Lewis.
The employee of Spinelli's Pizzeria was stabbed and carjacked but still managed to get pizza to the destination.
According to WLKY, the Boyce College student, originally from Detroit, arrived at the Norton Hospital Emergency Room in Louisville, Kentucky around 2:45 pm on Sunday with a delivery.
But as soon as he got out of his Jeep Cherokee, a man reportedly stabbed him in the back and stole his car.
Lewis' responsibility would not be deterred, however, so he walked into the hospital with the pizzas.
He collapsed immediately after.
Lewis was taken to the University of Louisville Hospital and treated for numerous torn muscles and a collapsed lung, BuzzFeed reports.
At some point before or after his surgery, Lewis actually called the pizza place and told them to deliver more pizzas.
He reportedly said over the phone,
The stolen car has not been recovered, and the suspect remains at large, according to WLKY.
A fundraiser for Lewis, a part-time employee at Spinelli's, is being held by the pizzeria today.
Mack Welsh, a community group leader at Lewis' church, set up a GoFundMe campaign to pay for Lewis' medical bills, tuition and a new car.
As of this morning, over $3,000 was raised.
Lewis is still recovering at the hospital and is reported to be in stable condition.
Citations: Spinellis driver stabbed gets pizza delivered (The Courier Journal), Delivery driver stabbed carjacked still drops off pizzas (WLKY), After Getting Stabbed This Guy Somehow Delivered His Pizzas Before Collapsing (BuzzFeed)