A British Columbia woman’s search for the anonymous lady who helped her to get home from a bus stop has proven futile so far, but she — and the cab driver who was hired to take her there — will never forget her kindness.
Last week, Pamela Douglas was waiting for a bus to take her home, but the bus never arrived. The senior citizen decided to walk home — a journey that would take at least two hours.
As she strode off, a young woman who was also in the bus shelter ran after her, reports the Times Colonist.
The “bubbly young woman in her mid-20s” wanted to ensure her safety and called a taxi.
Later, all three had tears in their eyes when she gave the driver money for the fare.
(READ the story, w/ photo, in the Times Colonist)