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YouTube prank channel Hammy TV thought they'd try their hands at a social experiment, and set up one of their guys to look like they had broken down on the side of the road. After hours of receiving no help, someone finally pulled over. That someone was Eric Angels, a burn victim who was returning home from a doctor's appointment. The Hammy TV crew was so touched that someone in such obvious pain would stop to help someone else that they decided to return the favor.

On the spot, they replaced Eric's Playstation that had been destroyed in the fire. They also started promoting a GoFundMe page Chris' relative's created to help him with his medical expenses, and it has since gathered up over $20,000 in donations. If you want to help Chris out, check out his GoFundMe page here.

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