Skip to comments.There are still good people in the world!(Touching scene Recorded by Dash Cam Will Make Your Day!)
Posted on 09/17/2012 3:56:37 PM PDT by Dallas59
God bless that good person. That was wonderful. Thanks for posting this. :)
Very touching indeed! That looks like a very busy street even though it’s mostly motor bikes.
What kind of cold heartless person would risk riding their child on a scooter in that traffic?
JUST KIDDING! Great job on being a good Samaritan!
A kind and obviously respectful young lady.
She took her time to help one of her elders, when the rest of them just dodged around him or would have run him down.
I noticed that she did keep him hoping; but adjusted her pace to suit his. Thank God there are still people like her in this world.
So many scooters and cars just zipping by them like they weren’t there. The old man likely would have been hit if he tried that on his own. Wish every person was kind like that lady.
Thank God there are still people like her in this world.
I saw an elderly lady cross the intersection twice last week while I was out walking my 2 mile course. BOTH times she walked while having a red light. I guess crossing on a green light was foreign to her. The first time all of the cars waited patiently. The second time one of the cars blew the horn at her. I mentioned to her that she walked twice against the red light and the drivers here in town were likely to hit her. She said it was ok. She didn't appear crazy, but was risking her life here in Glendale California. MANY bad drivers in the city.
That looks like a wide intersection. He needs to get a scooter too ;-)
i wish i could say the callousness and indifference of all those people was a surprise but it wasn’t. God bless her and her daughter.
Where was that that they have so many scooters, France, Italy?
It was in TAIWAN.
Yes, I am that pessimistic.
A friend of mine moved from Florida to Taiwan where he died...he was hit by a car on the side of the road
Asked myself the same question....who has dash-cams? Cops. Then why wasn’t a cop out there helping?...is what I surmised. A nice gesture however....in keeping with the respect Eastern cultures have for the elderly.