It happened in November, but the story only came out last week. Dr. Adam Bodzin, a surgeon at Jefferson Hospital in downtown Philadelphia, was all scrubbed and his team was ready to do an emergency surgery — a liver transplant. The 66-year-old patient who was to get the transplant was all prepped too, but there was one thing missing: the liver. They tracked it down: the driver delivering it was stuck in traffic because the Philadelphia Marathon was in progress, and the downtown area was jammed. He was just a half-mile away. So Dr. Bodzin took matters into his own hands: he put his white lab coat over his scrubs and took off running himself, crossing the course and steering around runners. The way back was more difficult since he was holding a large box, but the transplant was completed.