taxicab interiorFrom the back seat of a New York City taxicab, complaints about drivers flow effortlessly.

But about twice a day, taxi passengers in New York take time to tell the city about some exemplary deeds.

The drivers’ deeds include leaving the cab to confront the assailant of a pedestrian, returning a diamond ring, and caring for a college student after a mugging.


(READ the full story in the NY Times)

Thanks to Nancy Peske for sending the link!

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