A young woman who helped a blind Chicago Cubs fan hail a cab over the weekend has become a viral star after a stranger photographed the good deed and posted it on Facebook.
A young woman who helped a blind Chicago Cubs fan hail a cab over the weekend has become a viral star after a stranger photographed the good deed and posted it on Facebook. Courtesy Ryan Hamilton Facebook
A young woman who helped a blind Chicago Cubs fan hail a cab over the weekend has become a viral star after a stranger photographed the good deed and posted it on Facebook. Courtesy Ryan Hamilton Facebook

Woman who helped blind Cubs fan catch a cab is hailed as a good Samaritan

June 09, 2017 01:12 PM

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