The Good Samaritan rescues the 78-year-old driver from the side of the road after she drops out on the way back from a cancer appointment – and what he does next will inspire you
- A heroic business owner is praised for his excellent act of kindness
- He came to the rescue of a 78-year-old woman who was demolished in NSW
- When she drove home from the hospital, she had just received a crushing diagnosis
- The Good Samaritan paid for her car repairs and even bought her flowers
A Good Samaritan is a praised hero after rescuing a 78-year-old woman who was broken off on the way back from a hospital appointment and told that she had brain cancer.
Sam Altakrity, owner of Superb Civil Group in Revesby, southwestern Sydney, was driving down Canterbury Road when he saw Lavina Martin in her car with her head in her hands.
The grandmother had just been told that she had brain cancer before Mr. Altakrity found her last week.
Sam Altakrity, owner of Superb Civil Group in southwest Sydney, drove down Canterbury Road when he saw Lavina Martin in her car with her head in her hands (the two are pictured together above)
And in a remarkable friendly act, Sam managed to drag her car to a mechanic for free before giving her a huge bouquet of red roses.
Sam said, “I saw that she had her face in her hands, that was heartbreaking, so I stopped behind her, invited her into my car so she could sit in the air conditioning, took some water and called my mechanic.
“The engineer discovered the fuel pump had disappeared, so I bought one and the engineer went to collect it before installing it.”
Altakrity stayed with Lavina for almost four and a half hours while the mechanic collected the fuel pump needed to repair her car.
He said, “I’d like to think someone would help my parents in the same situation, so I just did what I could to help.”
Sam Altakrity, owner of Superb Civil Group in Revesby (pictured above), paid for Lavina Martin’s car before buying a bunch of roses for her
Lavina said that many motorists were driving past her and squeaking their horns and only Sam had stopped to help.
She said: “Sam is one in a million.
“When I got the car back, it was detailed and it now looks like a new car and it wouldn’t pay a cent for the repairs.”