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A Good Samaritan helped save a family from floodwaters

April 3, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - In an emotional reunion, a Crieve Hall family got the chance to thank a man who saved their lives in Saturday night’s flood.

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - In an emotional reunion, a Crieve Hall family got the chance to thank a man who saved their lives in Saturday night’s flood. “How do you thank somebody for saving you?” Kelly Vaughn told the Good Samaritan she met Friday, wiping away tears in front of her family’s destroyed home.

“Pretty hopeless feeling,” Cayce said. Finally, a truck carrying five men stopped and the driver got out with a rope.

“He told me to get the rope with my right hand, and he grabbed a hold of my left forearm,” Kelly said, “and he just started walking backwards up the driveway… I started sobbing, ‘Thank you, thank you. ’ And he said, ‘God sent me here. ’ And I said, ‘I literally was just praying for you. ’”Until Friday, the Vaughns had no names for the men who saved their lives. “Hi, were you in the back of the truck?” Kelly asked the man who stopped by their house Friday to “check on the baby. ”“I sat next to you!” She said, as she and her husband recognized Humberto Rodriguez, one of the men in the truck. “When we come here, we see you and the baby.

The Rodriguezs and the Vaughns would still like to find those three men, so they can thank them as well. “We are eternally grateful,” Cayce said, shaking Rodriguez’ hand. The Vaughns will rebuild their home, and will decide at later date whether or not they will return to it.

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