Last wish 50-year-old Emily Pomeranz, who died last Friday from pancreatic cancer in one of Washington hospices, was to drink a milkshake «Mocha», which was done in the city of her childhood in Cleveland, Ohio.
She told this to his friend Sam Klein, also grew up in this town, and he contacted the owner of the restaurant, which made this drink, writes 3 August, the news service of the BBC with a link to Klein on the social network Facebook.
The owner of the restaurant named Tommy Fello fulfilled the desire of women, having to deliver a cocktail to the bedside of a dying just four days.
Fella, said in an interview with local television station Fox 8 News that all 47 years of existence, the restaurant he had to perform such a complex task.
He Packed a container of beverage in the dry ice and paid 123 dollars for that package was delivered to Washington, located 600 miles from Cleveland.
Emily was happy, writes her friend. And not just because felt before the death of a beloved childhood taste, but also because it gave people the opportunity to do good business.