In Independence, Missouri, a heartwarming story has emerged about the kindness of a sanitation worker towards an elderly woman with dementia. Colette Kingston installed a security camera outside her 88-year-old mother’s home after her mother fell and hit her head while trying to grab her trash can in January. The camera helped Colette keep an eye on her mother throughout the day and ensure her safety.
During her monitoring, Colette noticed her mother having friendly interactions with a neighborhood sanitation worker. However, one particular encounter stood out, and Colette took a closer look at the footage. She was moved to tears by the worker’s kindness towards her mother and made it her mission to track him down.
Colette acknowledged that sanitation workers often go unnoticed, and she wanted to thank the worker for his kindness. She eventually identified him and shared her story with local news station WDAF.
The heartwarming tale highlights the positive impact that small acts of kindness can have on people’s lives, especially the elderly and vulnerable.
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