(TruthSeekerDaily) A man in the Salvation Army substance-abuse rehabilitation program, who also works for the non-profit, founds a large chunk of change while on the job, that he was in desperate need of.
$125,000 that fell off the back of a Brinks armored truck, could have been his to keep, but instead Joe Cornell who found the funds, decided to do the honest thing and report the money he found to authorities. Now, the Salvation Army working is on the receiving end once again for his good deed, after Brinks rewarded him with $5,000. In
Joe Cornell tells The Fresno Bee that he found the cash Tuesday after a Brinks truck pulled away from a red light in Fresno , CA and left the sack behind.
The 52-year-old Cornell started crying after first finding the money. He decided to report it upon thinking of his grandchild who is about to enter this world.
Brinks spokesman Ed Cunningham says he isn’t sure how the truck lost the money, and called the incident a security issue. The good keeps going around from what started
This is a beautiful example of karma in a positive direction that will likely continue with the money gifted to this man and as well as the Salvation Army to impact lives for the better!
h/t: [ The Fresno Bee ]