Veteran’s Security Camera Catches A Time When Mailman Comes But Not To Deliver A Package

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When a disabled veteran thinks back on people who have blessed her, the time her mailman comes to shovel snow off her front deck is a moment that warms her heart.

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Terri Halliday is a disabled veteran who had to have one of her legs amputated. And recently, she noticed an act of kindness that happened right outside her front door. Terri was able to see it all unfold on her video doorbell.

“I began watching on my phone, and I saw a mail delivery truck,” she shared. “The next thing I know, I see him coming up my steps with a snow shovel. He shoveled all the steps and cleared off my front deck. I was shocked but grateful."

Terri and the mailman had only said hello to each other a few times at the end of her driveway while she was sitting in her powerchair. So she wanted to make sure to thank the kind man before he finished shoveling the snow. The interaction led Terri to find out that the mailman's name was LeRon Britt.

Time Mailman Comes To Shovel Snow For Veteran Is Caught On Camera

Later, Terri wanted to share about LeRon's act of kindness on her Facebook page, so she posted a photo of him working that her video doorbell captured.

“Being a Disabled Veteran with one leg, this mailman went above and beyond here in Johnstown Pa. He shoveled my steps and small deck outside front door. Caught him on wireless doorbell. He went above and beyond which I was truly grateful for,” she wrote in her post.

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What a way to show love to your community! May we all follow LeRon's lead and look for ways that we can bless those in need around us.

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