- An unnamed Spanish driver touched hearts when he selflessly decided to ferry patients to and from hospital free of charge
- He never asked for any kind of compensation and was always ready to help whenever his clients were in need
- Nurses and doctors noticed his good deeds and decided to surprise him with a standing ovation and cash
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As the world grapples with fear, death, infection, lockdown, uncertainty and untold sadness, a few heroes have stepped up and become the change we all want to see.
A kind taxi driver from Spain went above and beyond the call of duty when he noticed ailing patients had no means of transport but needed to be seen by doctors.
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The guy fuelled his car at his own cost and started ferrying sick people to healthcare centres without caring about payment or where his next bucks would come from.
In the background, nurses and doctors noticed his good deeds and promised to award the driver for the role he played in fighting Covid-19.
In a clip shared on Twitter by the Spanish Taxi Union, the good Samaritan was welcomed to his next drop-off with applause, cheer and hefty envelopes.
Nurses and doctors came up with a sweet plan to pay him back for all the good deeds he did.
They called the driver up and told him to avail himself to the healthcare centre so he could transport a patient back home. The driver abided.
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He rushed to the hospital and when he walked in, the room erupted in cheering and clapping.
Medical staff stood in a line on both ends of the room and waited for the man of the hour to walk past them.
He was shocked and seemed confused at first but the medics were quick enough to remind the kind man of all the things he had done to touch people's lives.
They handed over envelopes filled with money and continued cheering the good Samaritan.
The kind man was speechless, we can only hope he and others like him continue to inspire the world in these dark times.
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