The monsoon season in Malaysia also means flash floods in many areas in the country. Navigating your daily commute can be difficult, especially if you are travelling by motorcycle.
Motorcyclists often need to wait for the rain to stop completely or until the flood subsides before continuing their journey.
Imagine how surprised and grateful you would be if random strangers were willing to help you reach your destination. This is exactly what happened when two fellow trailer drivers offered to help a group of motorcyclists out at a flooded area!
According to a Facebook post, a group of motorcyclists were stuck as they were unsure of how to travel across a flooded area due to a downpour. Fortunately, two kind strangers came to their rescue!
Based on the following images, the motorcyclists can be seen loading their vehicles onto a trailer. It is believed that the trailer drivers then proceeded to travel across the flooded area with a load of motorcyclists!
One motorist thanked the drivers for the good deed -“Terima kasih, abang treler” (English translation: “Thank you, trailer brother”). Other motorists, were seen happily waving their hands as they braved through the flooded area safely.
The trailer drivers were commended online for lending a helping hand. Many netizens have come forth to express their good wishes.
Facebook user, Rosanida Ali’s comments are as below:
(English translation: “Thank God, there are still kind individuals …excellent”).
Aww, isn’t this touching!
Kudos to the trailer drivers for helping other road users in their time of need. The world can definitely use more people like them!
*Featured image sourced from Facebook/Rosanida Ali