Cohen Stahl of Somerset County, Pennsylvania, established himself as a good Samaritan in his community.
While many Teenager Busy with social life, school and sports, 14-year-old Cohen is known to spend his time clearing snow around fire hydrants, mailboxes and driveways.
“This young man is shoveling fire hydrants in the area,” Conemaugh Township VFD Station 610 posted on Facebook in recognition of his work last month. “A big shout out to Cohen Stahl! Your efforts are greatly appreciated! ”
Use your ATV to move and plow Mostly heavy snow, Cohen often sees along the roads when he does his job well.
That is, until Saturday, as he was preparing to clear snow from some mailboxes, his ATV caught fire and was destroyed.
“How was your Saturday?” Nicole Rosko Stahl, the teen’s mother, posted on Facebook. “Cohen’s? Not so good.
“Poor kid, trying to find the mailboxes and this happens. He’s fine. Thank you to the Conemaugh Township fire brigade and the Scalp Level fire brigade for their response! Special thanks also to Susan Stahl and Bud for shipping it home and also to Ben Stahl and Brandon Stahl for their help!! ”
“It just went off and started smoking,” he said WJAC-TV in Johnstown. “I just saw flames and I started throwing snow in, and… it didn’t work.”
But the community he served selflessly saw his predicament, and they banded together to buy the good Samaritan a new set of wheels.
“Hi, my name is Jason Keller, I am setting up this fund on behalf of Cernic cycle world in Johnstown Pennsylvania to raise funds for me to benefit a local kid named Cohen stahl,” GoFundMe Keller set read.
“Cohen recently went out of his way to help the local community by shoveling all the fire hydrants in his neighborhood with the recent blizzards we encountered. Unfortunately during that time his Polaris ATV caught fire and burned down.
“Let’s all come together as a community and help this kind young man get a new used ATV so he can continue to help the community and become a young man. excellent as he showed us. I will help him get the atv at a discounted price. “
Within three days, people had donated over $10,000, and Cohen has proof that people care about him and his work.
“I’m helping them, and they’re just helping me back,” he said. “Which I think feels great. …
“I’ll keep doing what I’m doing: plowing the mailboxes, driveways and fire hydrants.”
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