By 4:30 a.m., they started shoveling several inches of snow from neighbor Natalie Blair's driveway, the Morristown Daily Record reported. It was clear 30 minutes later so an ambulance could pick her up for a 6 a.m. dialysis appointment, WABC reported.
"I looked out the front window and I'm like, the whole driveway's clear," Blair, who is awaiting a kidney transplant, told WABC. "(Patrick's) a wonderful young man. He's an example of what we have that we never talk about."