Woman Rescues Her Totino's Pizzas During South Carolina Flood

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No matter where you live, there is generally some type of natural disaster that tends to plague your area - whether it's tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires, earthquakes or floods, pretty much nowhere is safe.

That being the case, we all have an "In Case of Emergency" plan (if you don't, you should probably make one) and it generally consists of an emergency kit, some food we have stocked up and some items we want to retrieve from our house. Whether it's old photo albums, your laptop or important documents, we all have that list of things that we'd grab first if we only had a few minutes to get out.

In this woman's case, when her home was about to be hit by the South Carolina floods, it was her dog (obvs) and...her Totino's pizza?!


Hey, we love pizza just as much as the next person, but we'd be lying if we said pizza was on our "grab in case of emergency" list. Even if they were Totino's pizza rolls. Still not our top priority. But who are we to judge what should be on this woman's list?

"I grabbed two Tortino's Pizza out of the refrigerator and my doggie and we left," she proudly told the news anchor. "I tried to grab some other things, but it wasn't even worth it."

And you know what? Once you hear her reason for picking the pizza, it all makes sense: She was worried that they wouldn't have access to food and it was her way of making sure they would have enough food to survive until they were able to get help.

Smart thinking!
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