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“I could kind of tell she wasn’t getting what she was there for,” Laguardia said.
Cooper left the dealership crying.
According to KGTV, the nursing student was borrowing cars from family and friends to get to work. She said she was in danger of losing her job if she couldn't get a car of her own by the end of the month.
Laguardia told KGTV he asked the salesperson to call Cooper back, and offered her his vehicle.
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“The car had more value to her than it did for me trading it in,” said Laguardia.
He didn’t charge Cooper anything for the vehicle.
“I was shaking,” Cooper said. “It’s a whole car. How can someone be so generous to give their car away?”
One of the employees at the dealership shared the story on Facebook. It has been shared more than 6,000 times.