Strangers House Stranded Delivery Driver During Texas Cold Snap

A stranded delivery driver got help from strangers as she was sheltered for five days. Since the roads…
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A stranded delivery driver got help from strangers as she was sheltered for five days. Since the roads in Texas were becoming slick, Chelsea Timmons made up her mind to make this her last delivery. Unfortunately, things didn’t turn out the way she planned.

Chelsea was stuck in the driveway of her customer, but there was a silver lining at the end of the day. Chelsea, an H-E-B grocery employee, made effort to drive her car up the steep slope. She slid into the garden while trying to do that.

The couple residing in the area made efforts to help Chelsea move the car, but this proved futile. They couldn’t contact the AAA road service since it was inundated with calls. When the weather was getting worse, Nina Richardson and Doug Condon began to show concern for this stranded delivery driver as she had to settle somewhere and continue her journey the following day.

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We have daughters and we hope if they were ever in a situation like this that there would be someone who would open their house and help them.

Doug

The couple later learned that Chelsea had a passion for baking and would like to set up a bakery someday. She volunteered to bake a gluten-free coconut cake for the couple. Chelsea spent five days with this couple. She also made friends with the dog and enjoyed her stay. Later on, she learned that the apartment she was staying in had no power and water supply for some days. This is indeed a blessing in disguise.

I definitely ate a lot better here, she exclaimed. They made me feel comfortable and made me feel like part of the family.

Chelsea

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