Minnesota Man Has A Seizure While Driving, But The Story Ends On A Positive Note With This Random Act Of Kindness!
This is a really happy ending to a story that could have turned out REALLY badly!!
4 years ago, Aaron Purmort was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer and recently had a scary incident when he had a seizure while driving!
However, when the Minnesota native woke up, he was completely unharmed and in the back of an ambulance. Aaron had no recollection of calling 911 or where his car was, but he found a note in his jacket pocket that read:
"Your car is parked in the tobacco shop parking lot at 18th Av NE and Stinson."
Grateful for this stranger's random act of kindness, Aaron's wife Nora McInerny Purmort posted a photo of the note to her Facebook page and wrote:
"On Friday night, Aaron had a seizure while driving home. Miraculously, nobody was hurt. We have no idea who called 911 or moved our car to safety and left this note in Aaron's jacket pocket, but we sure are grateful for them and their Minnesota spirit. Hoping this post finds a way into their news feed so they know how thankful we are for their actions. You saved my husband and that is pretty damn rad."
That's more than pretty darn rad. That's flat out AWESOME!!
Nora's post on Facebook has been shared more than 3,500 times, but more importantly it has TOTALLY restored our faith in humanity!!
[Image via Facebook.]