WESTERLY, R.I. (CBS) — Here’s a story about helping those who have spent the last year helping others. While health care workers were inside Rhode Island’s Westerly Hospital during the nor’easter earlier this week, 10-year-old Christian Stone was outside, clearing snow from their cars.
In a couple hours, he cleaned about 70 cars.READ MORE: CVS Lists Teachers As Eligible For COVID Vaccine Appointments In Massachusetts
“We want them to be able to go home, see their family after a long day of work, you know?” he said.READ MORE: Watch Live @ 9 AM: Baker Announcement On COVID Vaccinations In Massachusetts
Christian said he came up with the idea after the last snowstorm and just wanted to help hospital workers get home to their families faster.MORE NEWS: Boston May Transition Away From Fenway Park As Mass COVID Vaccination Site
“I was just thinking. . . they’ve been helping us a lot through this whole pandemic,” he said. “I figured, why don’t we help them?”