A 10-year-old boy and his 29-year-old friend ended up cleaning 80 cars of hospital workers after a snow storm.
Not all heroes wear capes, some are just regular humans trying to do things.
2 Rhode Island residents set out to make the life of hospital workers better as they battle the ongoing pandemic by simply clearing the snow off their cards.
Christian Stone, a 10-year-old 5th grader, and 29-year-old Abbey Meeker, a family friend, went to the Westerly Hospital amidst a big snowstorm.
They did this while the staff was getting prepared to change shifts.
The incident happened on February 1, 2021.
Stone vowed last month that he would go out and clean the cars of nurses in case a snow storm would happen.
Meeker, the friend of the boy, talked about their plan.
She told WJAR News that she told the young one that she would help him on his task.
I was thinking [the nurses have] been helping us a lot through this whole pandemic, and I figured why don’t we help them, you know? All day, every day the nurses here, they deal with the pandemic like COVID and they want to get home from work, so we thought we would make it a tiny bit easier for them by cleaning off their cars for them.
The pair arrived at the hospital at around 2pm and cleaned the cars of the first shift before the nurses came out to thank them.
Meeker told CNN that she and Christian turned the task in a game.
People describe Stone as a boy with a passion to help out other people.
Members of the staff offered to pay the pair for the services, however the 2 insisted that it was their way of paying them back for their hard work throughout the ongoing pandemic.