A group of strangers in Texas, United States (US) pooled resources together to buy a fast food worker a car so he won't have to walk 9km to and fro from work every day.
One community member Andy Mitchell noticed 20-year-old Justin Korva and fast fast food attendant, walking to work on June 21, in the heat of summer gave Justin a ride.
While enjoying the ride the young man told Mitchell that he treks every day so he could save enough money to buy his own car.
Touched by Justin's resolve, Mitchell approached his fellow community members through their Facebook page to help the young man.
Within 48 hours, they had raised enough money to buy Justin a 2004 Toyota Camry. They presented it to him at his place of work.
Mitchell shared a video of the heartwarming moment online. He said: "Justin, you can't imagine all the people who wanted to help you. So, instead of walking to work, buddy, you're driving this car from now on."
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An emotional and tearful Justin hugged the community members and thanked them, hardly believing their kindness.
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