Photo of exhausted Domino’s staff working through deadly snow storm goes viral

A photograph of two exhausted Domino’s workers who continued to dish out pizza during Texas' icy weather conditions has gone viral.

The image shows two staff members of a San Antonio Domino’s pizza restaurant clearly exhausted as they worked through the winter storm.

Food delivery is currently affecting much of the state, but the women can be seen working during the crisis.

According to News 4, the restaurant was the only pizza place in the area and the team went through a weekend worth of food within four hours.

The employees reportedly helped to get food to people in need that were otherwise unable to get out for dinner.

News 4 San Antonio viewer, Judy DeLuna, posted the picture of the workers to Twitter, clearly tired with masks and gloves on.

She wrote: "This Dominos in San Antonio. Working during this crisis.

"They had a weekend worth of food and it was gone within 4 hours. This team helped those that needed help."

Ms DeLuna said the employees need to be recognised as "essential" within the area and be praised for the work they've put in.

She added: "These are the essential workers that need recognition.

"They were the only pizza place open. Every pizza place was closed but dominos stayed open to help those in need."

After the image was shared to the platform, broadcaster Emily Baucum re-shared the snap and received a flurry of comments from people thanking them for their hard work.

One person said: "I used to work at Domino's. Peak hours I would slap out over 200 pizzas an hour. I'd go home with flour in my belly button.

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"I work in health care now and the first thing I do when looking at applications is see if they have food service experience. They can hustle."

Another said: "Give them enough money to live if you give a s*** about the work they do.

"Recognition doesn't put food on the table of the people feeding their neighbours."

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