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Random Acts of Kindness Continue With Your Help

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Last week we surprised Delores with some money to help with her bills. Now a viewer has helped locate her a used van. Last week we surprised Delores with some money to help with her bills. Now a viewer has helped locate her a used van.
Tulsa, Oklahoma -

Our Random Acts of Kindness are continuing thanks to your help.

Last week we surprised Delores with some money to help with her bills. Delores is in her 80s and is raising three of her great-grandchildren.

After seeing her story, Delores' former home nurse wanted to help out too. She contacted some people she knew to surprise  Delores with a used van.

"I could never afford to get another one; I tried my best to save," Delores said. "This couple from Yukon, Oklahoma, they drove down here and gave me a car. I never dreamed that I'd have a car like that ever in my life.

"I don't know what to say. Thank you, thank you so much. Please tell everyone thank you."

If you'd like to nominate someone for a Random Act of Kindness, email kindness@ktul.com

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