Truckers block traffic to help elderly man recover his lost cash

Truckers going above and beyond to help a senior citizen!

Two Truckers Help Old Man

This heartwarming dash cam clip features a couple of truckers who block traffic to protect an older man who is trying to collect the contents of his wallet that spilled on the road.

The video was shared by Facebook user Michael Whynot on September 3.

Whynot writes:

So, traffic comes to a halt on Highway 12 and as it turns out this old man had left his wallet on the roof of his truck which come flying off on Highway 12. Well the guy is shuffling around the highway picking up all of his business.. The poor old dudes cards and cash are blowing all around the highway and all people are doing is just driving around him. When I came up to him I couldn’t believe what I saw and how dangerous it was. So I came to a stop, set my brakes on got out to help him as well as a southbound truck we blocked traffic until everything was picked up !!
Screw you traffic, you can sit there and wait until the old fella is done! LOL

Not only do the two truck drivers block traffic in both directions to protect the man, they also hop out of their vehicles to help him collect his money.

You can view the dash cam video below.

So, traffic comes to a halt on Highway 12 and as it turns out this old man had left his wallet on the roof of his truck which come flying off on Highway 12. Well the guy is shuffling around the highway picking up all of his business.. The poor old dudes cards and cash are blowing all around the highway and all people are doing is just driving around him. When I came up to him I couldn't believe what I saw and how dangerous it was. So I came to a stop, set my brakes on got out to help him as well as a southbound truck we blocked traffic until everything was picked up !!Screw you traffic, you can sit there and wait until the old fella is done! LOL

Posted by Michael Whynot on Tuesday, September 3, 2019
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