I See You: Co-Workers Buy Car For Dad Walking 3 Hours To Work Every Day

UPS worker Trenton Lewis has been waking up at midnight in Little Rock, Arkansas so that he could walk to work, for five miles, for his 4 A.M. shift loading trucks. 

Lewis didn't have a car, but he told ABC affiliate KATV he was doing it for his daughter, 

"I knew I had to step up. I didn't have a job when she was born."

Then UPS co-workers Patricia and Kenneth Bryant found out about the long walk to work every day, they wanted to help. The Bryants collected donations from other workers and bought Lewis a car. 


"He brought them to me and my heart just dropped," Lewis said. "This can't be real."

Trenton now leaves for work at 3:30 a.m., he said, allowing him sleep in and give his legs a break.

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