When a 96-year-old World War II veteran entered a Maryland Chick-Fil-A on Thursday to seek help to replace a flat tire, a director offered to help her "without hesitation." ", according to a colleague.
The act of kindness took place Thursday afternoon in Severn, about 15 miles south of Baltimore.
The veteran, nicknamed by the employees "Mr. Lee, "has entered the chick-fil-A" "shaking" and "almost in tears," said Rudy Somoza, one of the restaurant's managers, at CBS Baltimore.
Mr. Lee allegedly told employees that he was driving with a puncture and had just gone to the restaurant. He said that he had no one to help him.
The veteran had just finished his sentence before Daryl Howard, another restaurant manager, "jumped to action without hesitation," Somoza said.
Howard was able to change Mr. Lee's tire in about 15 minutes, CBS Baltimore reported.
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"His kindness action was beautiful," said Somoza. "Daryl has always been so helpful to anyone in need and deserves this recognition."
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He added, "I thank God for being in the right position to witness this touching moment."