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Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek delivered PPE to Foxborough and Walpole firefighters

The firefighters let Gronk sit in the truck and slide down the pole.

Thanks to former Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and model Camille Kostek, firefighters in Walpole and Foxborough were stocked up Friday with more personal protective equipment, or PPE, to wear while they keep their communities safe during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

On Facebook, the Foxborough Fire Department wrote, “Foxborough Fire had 2 unexpected guests today. Thank you to Rob Gronkowski -Gronk and Camille Kostek for their generous donation of 1600 protective masks!”

Posted by Foxborough Fire Department on Friday, May 22, 2020

Similarly, Walpole Firefighters IAFF Local 2464, wrote, “Rob Gronkowski stopped by the Station today with some PPE for our guys. Thank you Rob & Camille.”

Rob Gronkowski stopped by the Station today with some PPE for our guys. Thank you Rob & Camille.

Posted by Walpole Firefighters IAFF Local 2464 on Friday, May 22, 2020

The pair documented their trips to the local fire stations on their Instagram stories and thanked the firefighters for keeping them safe over the years. In several slides of his Instagram story, Gronk checks out the fire trucks, tours the stations, and jokes that he is “reporting for duty.”

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Rob Gronkowski signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in April.

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