This young man and his younger sister did a great thing when they saw an elderly woman in trouble and offered to help her.

Dontarius Caldwell and his younger sister Diamond were waiting for the school bus when Diamond saw a woman struggling to push the button at a crosswalk. Dontarius stopped playing games on his phone and went to help the woman.

His sister told her older brother that she thought the woman was blind and that he should go help her. He didn’t know that what he did would be caught on camera and shown all over the country.

“I told Dontarius, ‘I think she’s blind, you should get up and go help her,'” Diamond said. “He got up and helped her cross the street twice while I waited for the bus.”


The first-year student from Cincinnati, Ohio, went up to the woman and asked if she needed help. She said “yes” and took his hand.

He then helped the blind old woman safely cross the street while his sister kept waiting for the school bus.

The kind-hearted teens didn’t think much of what they did. They told the local media that they were just taught to do the right thing by their parents.

“I only wanted to help. Dontarius told NBC’s WLWT5 News station, “I really didn’t think I’d be on camera.”

“All I was doing was lending a hand to the elderly. Helping hand is the key word. “Everyone needs to get a hand,” he said.

Dontarius was seen helping the woman on camera, and the picture was shared on social media. In only 24 hours, tens of thousands of people have seen it and praised the teenager for what he did.

Dontarius said, “If you’re kind, what happens to them happens to you.”

As a reward for being kind, Dontarius was given a key to the school.