- Vicky Sim shared an inspiring story of how three good Samaritans helped her and her husband
- She explained that their trailer tyre blew out on the highway and they stopped to change the tyre
- That is when Vinesh, Sibusiso and Scebi showed up to help the couple out, she called them angels in disguise
Vicky Sim took to Facebook to thank three good Samaritans who came to her and her husband's rescue.
She explained that their trailer blew a tyre before the M13 on Key Ridge. They managed to get across all three lanes of traffic but were stranded.
Luckily for them, Vinesh, Sibusiso and Scebi appeared and helped them change the tyre. Vicky said her husband could have managed on his own but it was nice to have help.
"A huge thank you to Vinesh, Sibusiso and Scebi! They came to our rescue yesterday afternoon on Key Ridge, before the M13 off-ramp, after our trailer tyre blew out.
My husband managed to get across all three lanes safely and was getting the tyre off when they stopped to help. Although my husband could have managed on his own, we felt so much safer having them there with us, and the job was done so quickly with their help! They wouldn't accept a thank you gift. They were angels in disguise. "
So wonderful that there are such kind people in our country that are willing to help freely.
She called the three men angels in disguise. Facebook users took to the comments section to praise the three good Samaritans:
"We had a similar experience recently with no offers of help so can imagine how grateful you must have been."
"That is what UBUNTU is about... so much respect for those three gentlemen."
"So wonderful to hear about the kind people in our country."
"We have awesome people in this beautiful country of ours!!"
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Marcelle Rene Byrnes took to Facebook to applaud a young man by the name of Innocent Malange for filling potholes up. According to Marcelle, Innocent gives back to the community by filling potholes on Vleifontein Road (Limpopo) with sand.
Marcelle stated that Innocent always has a smile on his face and is a hard worker, adding that the young man does all the hard work out of the goodness of his heart. Marcelle thanked Innocent for making the roads safe for motorists.
In other news, a local woman headed to popular Facebook group #ImStaying to share her awe-inspiring encounter with a kind petrol attendant.
Neo Maphuti Montja shared the heartfelt post which has since been liked more than 3k times. she writes:
"Last night I have experienced the "I am staying moment". I came back from Rustenburg at around 09H30 at night and I got off a taxi at BP garage at Smit Street Braamfontein so that I could Taxify home. I reached out for my purse and found that I had left my Nedbank card at home and I only had my Capitec card, of which I could not withdraw straight from."
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