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title=” (Bernette Botts, KTRK via CNN)” border =” 0″ src= “/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/16792051_G.png” width=”180″/ > (Bernette Botts, KTRK through CNN). (Meredith)– A heartfelt photo of a Texas teen shading
a lady with an umbrella is going viral. Louis Jordan was getting his mother from work in downtown Houston when he saw a stranger in a wheelchair waiting on a Metro Lift, a public transport bus for people with disabilities.
” It was unbearably hot. I would not wish to be out there in the sun,” Jordan told KTRK-TV, which first reported the story. So, he grabbed an umbrella from his cars and truck and walked over to the woman to keep her in the shade.
He said he waited with her for nearly 2 hours.” Concern discover, it was going to be a little bit longer for the City Lift to come and get her,” he stated. “We ended up waiting out there for an hour and 45 minutes.”
He stated they talked and enjoyed each other’s business while waiting for the bus to get here.
” She remains in a book club. Concern find out, she likes pork chops,” Louis said.
Jordan’s mommy, Bernette Botts, took the viral picture. She said her son is a selfless individual who’s always ready to lend a helping hand.
” I’m a happy mom,” she said.
Information from KTRK-TV via CNN contributed to this story.
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