- A young South African woman recently dedicated a super sweet appreciation post to a young man who helped a stuck ambulance
- According to her post, the ambulance had been causing a traffic jam when he decided he would do something to help
- Mzansi absolutely loved the positive story and many of them thanked the man for being one of a kind
A South African lady called Sherri-Ann Da Silva Wise recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartfelt appreciation post with a man named Reyaaz Vaggie, who decided to get out of his car and assist an ambulance that had been stuck in the middle of a busy road.
"This dude is something else. While waiting in a bit of traffic and seeing other cars just moving their way around an ambulance that was stuck in the middle of the road, Reyaaz Vaggie stopped to assist an ambulance driver.
"He towed him to the closest garage and made sure that everything was OK before leaving. Well done Reyaaz, SA needs more people like this," wrote Sherri-Ann.
Soon many Stayers joined her in thanking Reyaaz for his good deed. Read a few of their comments below:
Aurallia Jacobs said:
"Big up my brother, keep Ubuntu alive. Thanks"
Ann McClarty said:
"That's awesome!!! Huge blessings Reyaaz."
Fawzia Abrahams said:
"Well done Reyaaz Vaggie ! May Allah bless you abundantly!"
Phelela Magidela said:
"Thanks to this good Samaritan. We appreciate as colleagues."
Desre Klopper-nel said:
"Thanks for being you, loving and caring."
Keitu E. Mohlala said:
"May God enlarge his territory."
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, celebrating all achievements, small and big, is what makes life worthwhile. A young man with the Twitter handle @Cuartocore recently reiterated the importance of this after he headed to Twitter to share a post about how he went from sleeping on an air mattress on the floor to having a proper bed.
"Don't give up guys," he captioned the heartwarming post.
Hundreds of thousands of people were clearly moved by the post as it received a whopping 792k likes. Many people also headed to the busy comment section where they shared thoughtful messages of support and encouragement.
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