Stranger Turned Guardian Angel, Helps Young Boy Return Home Safely After He Got Off at Wrong Bus Stop
- A 6-year-old American boy got lost when he took the bus on his way back home from his first day back at school
- Colton Franklin had got off at the wrong bus stop resulting in his older brother and mother searching for him around their neighborhood of Cypress in Texas
- The boy eventually got help from a stranger who had noticed he was in distress and got him safely back home
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An American boy met his guardian angel recently after getting off at the wrong bus stop on his way home from school.
Colton Franklin rode the bus to school for the second year in a row and on his first day back at school, the 6-year-old rode the bus to school in Cypress, Texas.
All was well until the boy mistakenly jumped off at the wrong stop on his way home.
His older brother Gavin was in charge of picking up Colton at the bus stop. When his younger brother was a no show, he quickly told their mother, Arlene.
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In efforts to locate her son, Arlene called the school, which confirmed that Colton had indeed boarded the bus, Sharebly reported.
A worried Arlene decided to drive around the Cypress Miramesa neighbourhood in search of the 6 year old.
“So we were just riding around, looking for him. I didn’t know where I was going. I just knew I would take the route to the school,” she said on KHOU 11.
Fortunately a stranger named Kim happened to notice Colton running frantically down West Road.
“I got out of my car and asked him what happened. He was so very brave and told me he was dropped off at the wrong stop and he didn’t know where he was. I noticed, he had a green sticker on his shirt. It didn’t have a phone number but it had his address. I put the address in my phone so I could find how to get to this house, come to find out, it was 5 miles away from where we were,” Kim wrote on her Facebook.
Colton's guardian Angel led him to his front door and rang their Ring doorbell, which triggered a notification for Arlene’s phone. She raced home where she was reunited with her son.
“There’s nothing that we can do to repay her. Thank God. I praise God,” Arlene told KHOU 11.
Kind stranger helps man who was hit and abandoned
In another story, a responsible and kind-hearted Ghanaian man identified simply as Mr Afful has been able to single-handedly save a man who was hit by a trailer and abandoned.
Narrating the story in the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the victim whose name is Tyna Duamorson indicated that the trailer hit him from behind and landed him in two ditches.
When the incident occurred the morning of May 25, 2021, the trailer sped off but fortunately for Tyna, Mr Afful was on the route doing his usual morning jogging and witnessed what happened.
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