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Man Acts as Good Samaritan to the Same Stranger Twice

The same stranger came to the aid of a man and his son during two completely different emergencies, at different places, eight years apart.

Christopher Manacci was driving in Auburn Township, Ohio, when he saw a van pulling a fishing boat that had a flat tire.

Manacci told reporters, "I dropped my wife off and decided that I'd bring ...

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