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Cooler temperatures give way to ice and snow, which means slippery sidewalks and frozen water. This video comes to us from KAVEN MCMASTER of the YouTube channel KAVENS WORLD and we must agree with Kaven, our faith in humanity has been restored. When an older man walking by himself falls on a snow-covered slope, a stranger is quick to lend a hand.

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