Gladstone News

Good Samaritan Clears Snow in Gladstone, MO

Gladstone, MO - In the aftermath of a winter snowstorm that blanketed the city with 4 inches of snow on Monday, residents of Gladstone are sharing heartwarming stories of community kindness. Amidst the chilly weather, a mysterious Good Samaritan took it upon themselves to clear driveways, bringing a sense of warmth to the neighborhood.

One resident, who lives behind the Creekwood Medical Building, shared her gratitude on social media. "Today, I just happened to look out my front door and someone had cleared my driveway. I have called everyone that I thought it might be, and I wanted to thank them, but none of the four people I called had done it. Thank you so much, whoever you are!"

The post has since garnered attention, with several residents expressing their appreciation and sharing similar experiences.

Vera Snider from Nashua commented, "I am smiling. There are still good people out there." Christina Bayliss from NW 68th St KCMO added, "That’s awesome!"

John Palermo of Clayton Meadows shared his own experience, stating, "Same thing happened to me. Good to know that there are still things like that and people with great hearts in the world today. Thanks to whoever you are."

Nene Wade of North Kansas City witnessed a group of people actively clearing off sidewalks and driveways, speculating that they might be the ones behind the generous act.

Omer Yagoub, also from North Kansas City, echoed a similar sentiment, expressing gratitude, "The same thing exactly happened. I'm really thankful."

Heath Johnson of Holiday Hills suggested, "It was probably your neighbor. I did my neighbor's and jotted back home."

The shared experiences paint a picture of a community coming together in the face of adversity, showcasing the kindness and generosity that still exists in Gladstone, MO. As winter continues, these acts of goodwill serve as a reminder that sometimes, it's the small gestures that make the biggest impact.