There had dropped at least 20 centimetres of snow during the day on Saturday around the city of Kansas City in the u.s. state of Missouri, as the city's well-known NFL football player Jeff Allen suddenly his car got stuck in the deep snow.
It was a disaster for the 29-year-old big muscular football player, who was on his way to the big stage, 'Arrowhead', in which he a little later in the day to play 'guard' for the Kansas City Chiefs in the important NFL game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Help came suddenly to Jeff Allen from a totally unexpected edge. The homeless Dave had decided to run around a bit in his car, to see if he could help some of the many drivers who were stuck in the snow in the area.
And here he was, fortunately, an eye on on Jeff Allen's car, which sat well and thoroughly stuck in the snow. The homeless Dave had no idea that Jeff Allen is a famous NFL player, as he helped him to get the car free of the snow.
It writes multiple media including The Kansas City Star, Newsweek and ABC13
TV-reporter Steven Dial was also following the twitter postings out about homeless Dave:
This is the Dave who helped @Chiefs player @JeffAllen71 when his car was stuck in the snow before the game. Dave is also homeless and lives in his car. The story tonight and how Jeff is giving him an AFC championship game experience he will never forget. @41actionnews #letsroll pic.twitter.com/Hb120B4FS7— Steven Dial (@StevenDialTV) January 13, 2019
Jeff Allen reached with the help of homeless Dave forward to the important match against the Indianapolis Colts. And the Kansas City Chiefs won the game 31-13.
the Day after the heavy snowfall and the important NFL match wanted Jeff Allen to thank the homeless Dave for his efforts. But Jeff Allen had unfortunately not been given his full name and address. Therefore, he went on twitter, where he called for the homeless Dave.
In its lookup wrote Jeff Allen, the following:
'My car got stuck in the snow before the fight, and a nice guy named Dave helped me get free of the snow without knowing that I'm a NFL player, I would like to give him some tickets to the AFC mesterskabskampen as a thank you for the help. But I don't know how I should contact him. He rode in a 97 or 98 Black Suburban'.
My car got stuck in the snow before the game & a nice guy named Dave help pull me out without knowing I was a player. I want to give him tickets to the AFC championship game for helping but don't have a way to contact him. He drove a 97 or 98 Black Suburban. Pls RT #ChiefsKingdom— Jeff Allen (@JeffAllen71) January 13, 2019
Jeff Allen's twitter postings went viral, and there were only a few hours before he is again on twitter to confirm that he had found Dave Cochran and had given him tickets to the AFC mesterskabskampen on Sunday.
Here we see the great NFL player Jeff Allen, who came to the key battle because of the help from homeless Dave. (Photo: Ritzau/Scanpix)
The local media and tv stations were quickly located Dave Cochran, who suddenly was today's hero in Kansas City. And here told Dave that the tickets for the match on Sunday is a dream come true. It will be his first NFL game live ever.
The homeless Dave Cochran live and sleep in addition, according to the local media in Kansas City in his car along with his girlfriend and his little dog. He has explained the following about his rescue operation:
I drove down highway 40, when I saw a man in a car who was stuck in the snow. And I said to my girlfriend that we had to help him, tells Dave Cochran and adds:
I helped the man get free of the snow. I had no idea that he played for the Kansas City Chiefs. I looked at him as a normal person, and I hoped that he would do the same for me, if I was in his situation. It is natural for me to help people. I do not expect anything in return. The only thing I expected was that he thanked me.
in Addition to the tickets for the NFL-the battle is the homeless Dave has been over øset with gifts from the grateful citizens of Kansas City. There are even some that collects money for him on the website Go Fund Me, where, on quite short for at the present time is the whole 14762 dollars, equivalent to almost 100,000 dollars.
The homeless Dave's helpfulness has changed his life drastically. And he even says that all the good reactions from the citizens of Kansas City now has spurred him to try to become an even better person.
Here is Jeff Allen sitting on the ground with the number 73 in a battle for the Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo: AP)