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FOX4: Tyreek Hill surprises 100 workers at Saint Luke's Hospital with lunch from local restaurant

May 14, 2020

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill surprised staff at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City to thank those working tirelessly on the front line amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Tyreek Hill Foundation partnered with Fuel Cafe of Kansas City to donate 100 meals.

FOX4 talked to Jani Johnson, CEO of Saint Luke's Hospital, about what the generous donation and community support mean to the staff.

Watch the full interview below.


See FOX4's interview with Tyreek Hill below.

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