Michigan Man Uses $900 In Savings To Buy Gas For Nurses

A man from Michigan decided to pay it forward for the nurses working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Allen Marshall saved up to $900 and was planning on buying a knife sharpening tool, but instead decided that money could be better spent helping people.  Marshall set up outside of a gas station holding up a sign that read, "Free gas for nurses."  He filled up the tank for around 25 nurses.  "With all that is going on with the coronavirus, I wanted to thank the essential workers the best way that I can."  He went back the next day his money ran out but another good samaritan showed up and kicked in another $200 for the cause.  These type of stories is what is gonna get us through the pandemic.  Incredible job Allen!  Check out the full story below!



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