After spotting an older lady in need, this 15-year-old boy and his younger sister who came to help her deserve all the accolades. While waiting for the school bus, Dontarius Caldwell was playing games on his phone with his younger sister Diamond when she spotted a woman trying to push the crossing button. His sister informed him that she suspected the woman was blind and that he should assist her.
What he didn’t realize was that his actions would be recorded and broadcast across the country.
“I told Dontarius that I believe she’s blind and that you should get up and go help her,” Diamond explained. “He got up and went to help her cross the street two times while I waited for the bus.” The student from Cincinnati, Ohio approached the woman and asked if she needed assistance, to which she said “yes” and grabbed his hand in hers for assistance. While his sister waited for the school bus, he securely walked the old, blind lady across the street.
The good-hearted adolescents were unconcerned about their acts, telling local reporters that they had been taught to do the good deeds. “All I wanted to do was help.” Dontarius told NBC’s WLWT5 News station, “I truly didn’t believe I’d be on camera.” “I was merely extending a helping hand to the elderly.” The cr-ucial phrase here is “helping hand.” “Everyone ought to provide a hand,” he stated.
Dontarius was photographed assisting the woman, and the photo was widely circulated on social networking sites. Thousands of people have seen it in only 24 hours and have commended the boy for his efforts. “What happens (to them) occurs to you if you are kind,” Dontarius explained. As a token of his gratitude, Dontarius was handed the key to the school.