In February 2014, a bad winter storm hit Raleigh, North Carolina, and some people were forced to abandon their cars. Fortunately, complete strangers helped some of these people make it home. Andrea Crane and Jenna Crane, a mother and daughter, work in the same doctor’s office, and they got caught in the winter storm. Andrea said, “Maybe we probably shouldn’t have even gone in to work.” Jenna tried to follow her mother home from work. Jenna said, “When I had her on the phone, I kept saying, ‘This is bad,’ and she would say, ‘Oh, no, no. Think positively.’ And then like two, three hours [of driving] later, I’m like, ‘This is bad.’” Andrea and Jenna became separated, and Jenna became stuck on the Falls of Neuse Bridge. Jenna abandoned her car, and a Good Samaritan — a man she remembers only as Graham — showed up. She said, “Graham. Yeah, he pulled up in a really nice pickup truck.” Graham was able to reunite Andrea and Jenna, and they got home safely. Jenna said, “I wish I knew more about him.” She added, “When people say don’t be on the road or be where you need to be by noon today, I think we should trust that.” Graham told Jenna that he had helped other people that afternoon.
For Further Information: “GOOD SAMARITAN REUNITES MOTHER-DAUGHTER AMID WINTER STORM.” WTVD (Durham, North Carolina). 14 February 2015
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