The situation: It’s night time in Ontario, Canada. Your car is giving you trouble. You are on the side of the road with smoke coming out of a car you’ve had just six weeks. You are a woman on your own and you don’t have enough money to pay for a tow truck to get you home.
A lucky break. You are spotted by three teenagers out on a late night run to a donut shop.
Then something almost unbelievable happens. The three teenagers take it upon themselves to push your car back to your home. It’s five miles away! Another motorist stops to help by driving behind with his hazard warning lights on for safety.
CNN US reports that the trio grabbed bottles of water and a speaker so they could "jam out" and then started their trek. They faced several obstacles. The first was a big hill 300 yards from the start. Halfway through, they took a break and the battery died. They had to charge it just to get back into neutral.
After more than two-and-a-half hours of pushing, they finally delivered the car back home. The stranded motorist was both thankful and amazed. The trio never got the woman's full name.