Mum left 'gobsmacked' by stranger's random act of kindness while queuing in car & it'll melt your heart

LAST Saturday started out like any other day for mum Emma Agnew – the single mum got her four-year-old daughter ready and jumped in the car to complete a journey she's done a million times before.

After picking up her sister Rebecca, Emma headed towards Humber Bridge for a family member's baby shower.


At around 12:45, the family queued for a few minutes at the bridge, near Kingston upon Hull, before approaching the toll.

As she went to pay the £1.50 fee, the woman at the kiosk told Emma that her fare had already been paid by the white van driver who had been ahead of her in the queue.

Speaking to Hull Live, Emma recalled: "I had to ask her twice, I couldn't believe it, I've been driving back and forth over the Humber Bridge for 14 years and this has never happened before."

Naturally, the mum wanted to thank the kind stranger for the heartwarming gesture which "made her day".

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However, he didn't hear her call out from her car at a nearby roundabout.

She continued: "I'm a single working mum on my own with a mortgage to pay.

"I have to look after the pennies and the pounds and perhaps that van driver does too, so it was a simple gesture but the feeling it gave me was really big one."

The mum hopes that sharing her story will help her track down the driver and inspire other people to complete random acts of kindness.

She added: "It really is an inspiration to do something, it gave me such a wonderful feeling, I told my work colleagues and they think the same."

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