Canadian Teens 9 kilometers pushed someone else's broken machine
In the canadian city of Fonthill night a woman broke down sedan Chevrolet Cobalt right in the middle of the intersection. She came to the aid of three teenagers who were pushing the car 9 miles to home
As reported by CNN, Aaron (18), Bailey (17 years old) and Billy (15 years old) noticed a broken-down vehicle on their way back from the cafe. They pushed Cobalt to the side of the road to see what happened to the car. It turned out that breaking — in the engine (coolant mixed with oil in the engine), and to repair the sedan on the spot proved impossible.
The woman complained that I bought a Chevrolet Cobalt for only six weeks ago and she had no money for a tow truck. Then the guys offered to push the car to her house, which is located 9 kilometers from the site of breakage. They were so insistent that Dan Morrison, who also stopped to help, was limited by the fact that I was driving my Ford Escape behind with the emergency lights, preventing other drivers.
For manual evacuation in adolescents took about two and a half hours. In the beginning there was a big rise, but a break guys have only made one in the middle of the race. Morrison published the story himself on Facebook and it quickly became popular.