Twin Falls has done it again. You've restored the faith in humanity and proved once more that good people do exist in the world still. This last week of snow and winter weather has not been easy for a lot of people in the Magic Valley. It's been cold, windy, and the roads have been dangerous. Yet, the good people have been shining bright in the cold grey days as they help their neighbors and complete strangers in need.

Raves To The People Helping People

I've seen a number of posts on Facebook from people expressing their sincere appreciation to strangers who have seen them in need with stuck cars, and come to the rescue.

Friends and Strangers Came Together To Help

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Strangers Being Sought For Their Good Deed

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Kindness Gets Noticed In Southern Idaho

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Many Acts Of Kindness Go Unnoticed

I personally saw a few instances of people helping other people. Near my house, two teens had run their truck up a curb and were stuck in the snow. As I passed near them, two other trucks stopped to help get them back on the road. Even though I wasn't helping those teens, I felt good knowing that someone was there with them. Those two truck drivers helped those two kids but they also helped me have a better day.

Conditions Similar To Snowpocalypse 2017 In Twin Falls

In 2017 we had similar conditions where we got dumped on with the snow and the roads were treacherous for most of us. You proved then that there are still good people in the world too. With the possibility of more snow over the next few days, it's good to know that there will be people willing to help those in need.

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