Stacy Hurt was given the diagnosis of stage 4 colon cancer on her 44th birthday.
Recently, the wife, mother, and Pittsburgh resident was able to catch an earlier flight back home from Nashville so she could make it to her chemotherapy treatment the next day.
But problems arose and her luggage was stowed on her original, later flight, which ended up being cancelled.
Stacy desperately had to have her luggage. It was packed with items she needed for her chemotherapy. Not only did the bag contain important medicines, it also contained a rosary and her favorite shirt that she wanted to take to her appointment.
Stacy began to realize that her luggage was not going to make it back to her in time, if at all. As panic set in, she called Southwest Airlines at Pittsburgh International Airport.
An airline employee answered the phone and listened as Stacy recount her traumatic situation, which could’ve potentially been a matter of life and death.
The following morning, Stacy checked her front door and saw her luggage. It had been sitting on the front porch since 3 a.m.
When she unzipped the bag, she noticed a handwritten note sitting on top of her belongings.