- A grateful South African woman recently headed to Facebook to share a heartwarming post about receiving help after she got stuck
- According to her post, her tyre had a blowout which resulted in her and her family being stranded and not long after two cars stopped and offered to help
- Locals loved a bit of feel-good news and soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the good deed
A young woman, Sonja Mancos, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share how she recently experienced her beautiful ImStaying moment after her car had gotten stuck on the side of the road.
In the post, Sonja explains that she had a tyre burst that left her stranded with her mom and her daughters on the side of the road. Not long thereafter, not one but two cars stopped and the occupants offered the stranded family assistance.
"My mom, daughters and I were travelling in Seweweekspoortpas when I had a blowout. We had 2 cars pulling over, with willing volunteers to help us. They really sped up the process and got us safely on our way. Thank you! That's why #ImStaying," she wrote happily
Soon Stayers were in the comment section thanking the family's rescuers. Read their thoughtful comments below:
Motshidisi Makgothi said:
"Thank you, gents, for helping and thanks to Sonja for the acknowledgement."
Motshidisi Makgothi said:
"I'm loving this ripple effect of kindness and helpfulness. In the past few days, I've seen a number of posts about our brothers helping out with different car problems on the roads, it's really appreciated, gents.
"Of course not leaving out the ever-helpful people at various filling stations, you're also appreciated. Ke le leboga go menagane."
In similar moving Briefly.co.za news stories, a woman with a grateful heart, Evo Dia recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about a kind man that came to her rescue after she was left stranded by a train miles away from her home.
Her post included a nice picture of herself and the kind man whose name she did not mention. She did however say that he had taken her to Frankford which was a whole 27 miles away from where she was left stranded.
"Masks were removed only for the photo... This guy took us to Frankford which is 27km from where we were stranded, failed by a train without thinking twice. Our lives were in danger as there was no road coming to the point. Bcos of this Beautiful soul I'm Staying," she wrote with a heart full of gratefulness.
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