- Twitter users are searching for a good Samaritan who stopped his truck to help a lady (Melanie) after a fire broke out on her farm
- The unknown truck driver reportedly moved Melanie's horses to safety and helped her extinguish the fire that broke out in the stables
- An image of the South African hero was posted to @_ArriveAlive with the full story and that Melanie wishes to thank him
Twitter is searching for a good Samaritan after he helped a lady when a fire broke out on her farm. According to a tweet by @_ArriveAlive the man, who is a truck driver, stopped to help extinguish a fire in the stables at Melanie's farm.
He also helped in moving all the horses to safety. Due to the commotion of the incident, Melanie was unable to get his name or phone number to thank him for helping her. The rest of the post asked people to share it far and wide.
It also said that Melanie would really like to thank the truck driver. The post is being shared by many Saffa tweeps including politician, Phumzile Van Damme. Phumzile quote tweeted with the caption: "Twitter CSI, please find this hero!"
This was the original tweet by @_ArriveAlive:
Take a look at Phumzile Van Damme's quote tweet below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
"The salt of the earth. God bless him and the parents that raised him!"
"God keep this man and his family safe."
"Proud of him and Melanie!"
In other news about good Samaritans, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a grateful man who praised a man for paying his taxi fare. Themba Gift Konyana took to Facebook to praise a good Samaritan who came to his rescue on a taxi in the group #ImStaying.
He was heading home and got on a taxi. When he reached for his wallet to pay he realised he left it at the office and reluctantly asked the taxi driver to let him get out as he could not afford the R17 taxi fare.
A lady sitting in the front seat told him she would pay for him and that tomorrow he would have the opportunity to help someone else. This was Themba's #ImStaying moment and he said that he hoped he could find someone to help so he could repay the lady's kindness.
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