NJ state troopers bring pizzas after flight canceled

Two New Jersey state troopers delivered when a canceled Spirit Airlines flight left more than 100 passengers stranded at Atlantic City International Airport.

The cancellation Sunday left passengers waiting for alternate transportation and with little to eat after an airport restaurant closed.

So the troopers brought in 15 pizzas to feed the passengers. A photo posted on Facebook shows the two troopers carrying stacks of pizza boxes in the airport.

State Police didn't identify the troopers.

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