Video of young boy helping elderly woman up stairs goes viral

first_imgMILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. (WSVN) — A young Georgia boy’s random act of kindness has gone viral for all the right reasons.Riley Duncan posted a video on Facebook that shows a young boy helping an elderly woman with a walker climb up a set of stairs.The 8-year-old was in a car with his family when he saw the woman crossing the street. He stopped traffic and rushed over to help her, Duncan told WSB-TV.The boy didn’t know he was being recorded as he held the woman’s arms and slowly guided her up each stair. She gave the boy a hug for his kindness.“She told him that he’s special,” the boy’s mother told the news station.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Related Volcanic ash means flight restrictions rem

first_img RelatedVolcanic ash means flight restrictions remain in placeFlights in and out of the UK will remain suspended until at least 07:00 BST tomorrow (April 17th).UK flights disrupted by Icelandic volcanic ashUK flights disrupted by Icelandic volcanic ashCAA gives permission for flights to resumeCAA gives permission for flights to resume Flights operating from Scotland and Northern Ireland were suspended again at 07:00 BST this morning (May 5th) due to levels of volcanic ash in the atmosphere.The decision was taken by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) following an updated forecast from the Met Office, with the quantity of ash now exceeding that considered safe by aircraft engine manufacturers.Glasgow’s two airports are expected to remain closed until 18:00, while restrictions at Dublin Airport began at 10:00.British Airways has said it has cancelled all flights to and from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen from midday, while cheap flights carrier Ryanair will not operate services to Scotland and Northern Ireland until at least this afternoon.Flights to Scotland and Northern Ireland have also been suspended from East Midlands Airport, with passengers due to travel to either country advised to contact their airline before travelling.The CAA has said the situation is changeable amid fears that the ash could begin disrupting people’s summer holiday travel plans.See Skyscanner’s Volcano Ash Advice page for the latest updates.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more