An Alabama Doctor Was Driving Along When He Pulled Over To Do Something Selfless

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Temperatures reached a cold high of 31 degrees on Jan 13 in Birmingham, Alabama, where while sitting during a red light, Briana DiGiorgio witnessed something that overwhelmed her heart.

At a side of a intersection was a homeless male holding a card sign, dressed in what she described as “minimal clothing,” with a sweatshirt wrapped around his neck like a scarf. As DiGiorgio watched, he was approached by another person, who took off his coupler and put it on a homeless man. That’s when DiGiorgio started recording. “I thought, ‘I have to get it on video, we have to,'” she said. “It’s something we don’t see each day. we posted it so others could declare what we saw.”

Watch as a impossibly kind male gives a foreigner a cloak off his back. He was after identified as Dr. Rees Oliver, a Birmingham neonatologist.


The doctor’s good help didn’t finish there. As he left, he said, “Zip it adult and stay warm. I’m going to go get we some food. I’ll be right back, okay?”