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Kansas City Star: Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill surprises KC frontline healthcare workers with free meals

May 14, 2020

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill surprised essential workers at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City Thursday morning.

The Super Bowl champ gave out 100 free meals from Fuel Cafe of Kansas City, posed for photos, and even signed some face masks to thank those working tirelessly on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Kansas City Star talked to Jani Johnson, CEO of Saint Luke's Hospital, and nurse manager Cassandra Stompoly about what the generous donation means to the staff.

Read the full Kansas City Star article: Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill surprises KC frontline healthcare workers with free meals

Tyreek Hill posing for a photo with a Saint Luke's nurse
Courtesy Shelly Yang, Kansas City Star

 

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