It’s rare to find thousands of dollars in cash laying around on the ground, let alone flying through the air on the highway – but that’s exactly what Terry Brubaker saw last month.
Brubaker had been driving through Gloversville, New York when she suddenly saw $20, $50, and $100 bills fluttering in the wind in front of her windshield.
She quickly pulled over to the side of the road and started grabbing the cash out of the air. In total, she collected roughly $6,600.
She went to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office to turn in the money just as the owner of the cash was filing a report.
Kim Steenburg had been on her way to the bank when she accidentally left the cash in an envelope on top of her car as she was busy fastening her niece’s seatbelt. Upon hearing that Brubaker had turned in the money at the police station, she was overwhelmed with relief.
As it turns out, Steenburg’s husband was killed in a New York limo crash last year and she had been planning on using the money to go on their honeymoon cruise so she could scatter her husband’s ashes at sea.
“I can’t thank [Brubaker] enough for returning it,” Steenburg told Inside Edition.
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