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Video of DHL worker carrying disabled pedestrian across the road goes viral

Since it was published online two hours ago, the video has already garnered over 32,000 views and nearly 2,000 reactions on social media

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Dashboard camera footage of a DHL worker carrying a disabled pedestrian across the road is going viral on social media.

In the video, which was published on social media by the Roads.sg Facebook page, the DHL worker can be seen assisting an elderly man with a walker, trying to cross the road. It appears that the traffic light had already turned red since cars can be seen going past the disabled man.

The DHL worker can first be seen trying to guide the disabled pedestrian across the road before he gains the pedestrian’s consent to carry him across the road. The DHL worker is then seen carrying the pedestrian and rushing across the road, walker in tow.

Since it was published online just two hours ago, the video has already garnered over 32,000 views and nearly 2,000 reactions on social media.

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Roads.sg also revealed that the dashcam footage was supplied by Mr Hambali Leonardi, who was so touched by the DHL worker’s kind deed that he has graciously offered to donate S$100 to the DHL worker, should the video hit 180,000 views in 72 hours.

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