EL CAJON, California (KGTV) – A nurse is grateful for a foreign generous act.
Kayla Cooper has a new car after a man overheard the conversation with a salesperson not ending well.
Dan Laguardia was acting in his Scion at Auto City in El Cajon in earshot of Kayla's meeting.
"I could talk to her not getting what she was there for," said Dan Laguardia.
Cooper, who works two jobs in addition to nursing, says the seller was nice, but the down payment they were looking for was not so she left Auto City crying.
"I have to literally pull a needle out of a haystack to try to get myself a car so that I could get to work, Cooper said.
Cooper borrowed cars from family with friends to get on Job said she would lose her job if she couldn't find a car before the end of the month, Laguardia says he was touched by what he heard, so he asked the seller to call Cooper back to the dealer.
"The car had more value to her than it did for me to trade it, "Laguardia said.
Cooper did not believe the random act of goodness first, but it was officially when Laguardia signed over the car's title to her for nothing.
" I shook , "said Cooper." There is a whole in the car, how can someone be so generous to give their car? "
" It gives her some hope in life, "Laguardia said." As if everyone did it for everyone else , we would be in a much better place. "
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