Earlier this week in Rhode Island, 10-year-old Christian Stone wanted to help the doctors and nurses at his community hospital -- so he cleared the snow off their vehicles after a big winter storm.
Since the pandemic started, Christian was thinking of ways to help frontline workers.
When the snow hit, Christian jumped into action. He grabbed a shovel, asked a family friend to drive him to the hospital, and got to work in the bitter cold.
He cleared the snow off of dozens of cars as a gesture of thanks to those on the front lines.
The workers were definitely thankful. And Christian admitted that it was “extremely cold” but also “extremely fun” to see how happy everyone was when they saw their clean cars.