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Three Canadian teenagers to become viral heroes after they helped a woman whose car had broken down.
Aeron McQuillin, 18, Bailey, Campbell, 17, and Billy Tarbett, 15, were out on a late-night, Tim, I watched the run, when she noticed that the Chevy Cobalt emission of smoke at a nearby intersection.
Aeron McQuillin, 18, Bailey, Campbell, 17, and Billy Tarbett, at 15, helped to be a woman in the car is more than five miles, after it broke down in Canada.
(Aeron McQuillin Facebook)
The trio drove the car off the road and looked into the problem, that there is a leak that allowed coolant to the engine, and the oil and mix well. After the driver told them that they couldn’t afford a tow truck, and didn’t want to wake her roommate, so she took the matter into their own hands, and to make sure that the woman in the car got to its destination.
“You guys ready for a push?,” McQuillin said when recapping the story on his Facebook page.
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McQuillin went into the house to grab some water, and the music to the speakers to get the group pumped up before she started to push the car in the direction of the driver’s home, and more than five miles away.
Another bystander, who happened to be in the scene, Morrison’s, drove from behind the three teenagers in a Ford Escape, with the help of the headlights to help illuminate the road when you are traveling.
The group was faced with numerous obstacles during the two-hour trip, including a 900-meter-high mound at the start of the push, and have a dead battery in the middle, as Campbell told CNN. They had to charge the battery before they could get the car into neutral and continue to be.
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They finally got to the woman’s home, where it Was said that the driver was so grateful, and surprised, to have been their act of kindness. Morrison, told CNN that he and the driver thought that all the teens were crazy to cope with the pressure of the vehicle so far.
When McQuillin was the next day, he did not expect the trio to be a viral hero.
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“Well, the next morning, we all woke up with our phones are blowing up with messages, and Facebook messages from total strangers, who show their appreciation and gratitude for our random act of kindness,” said McQuillin. “On behalf of bailey’s [“sic”], and billy [sic], and I thank you so much to everyone for all the kind words and offers of presents. We are hoping that more people will be able to learn from this situation and don’t be afraid to lend a helping hand to those in need.”