A man in Orlando, Fla. gave up the last generator at a Lowe’s store to a woman who he saw crying—not knowing she was emotional because she was worried her father, who is on oxygen, wouldn’t be able to survive Hurricane Irma if the power went out.
A man in Orlando, Fla. gave up the last generator at a Lowe’s store to a woman who he saw crying—not knowing she was emotional because she was worried her father, who is on oxygen, wouldn’t be able to survive Hurricane Irma if the power went out. Screen shot from Facebook
A man in Orlando, Fla. gave up the last generator at a Lowe’s store to a woman who he saw crying—not knowing she was emotional because she was worried her father, who is on oxygen, wouldn’t be able to survive Hurricane Irma if the power went out. Screen shot from Facebook

It was the last generator in stock—but he gave it up, and it could save a man’s life

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