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California homeless women return thousands of dollars to owner

Two homeless women in Northern California returned a big quantity of money that belongs to a person whose van was destroyed in a fireplace.

The women had been amongst 4 homeless individuals who sifted by particles Wednesday close to the San Jose International Airport to salvage what they might for a neighbor recognized as George, Fox San Francisco reported. 

During the blaze, two males saved George’s two canines and the women discovered an unspecified quantity of money, thousands of dollars, that had been stashed within the automobile. 

“That night, before I found the money, he was saying I just lost my money that I was saving to go home and visit family. I haven’t seen my family in 10 years.  He needs to see his family,” Gretchen Pace advised the information outlet. “What saved the money was this.” 

A buddy advised the information station that George was hospitalized for an unrelated sickness however was grateful for what his neighbors did. 

Kimberly Williams, who can also be homeless, stated she discovered one other bundle of money in a tin can among the many wreckage.  

“It was burned on the end but the middle was fully visible,” she stated. “The serial number and everything was all intact. I don’t know how much it was. I didn’t count it.  I just got all excited about it.”

The women searched by the particles after the van caught hearth close to the San Jose International Airport.

The neighbor George had been saving the moeny to go visit family for the first time in ten years.
The neighbor George had been saving the money to go go to household for the primary time in 10 years.

Gretchen Pace stated she turned down George’s provide of a reward.

Kimberly Williams found money saved in a tin can in the debris.
Kimberly Williams discovered money saved in a tin can within the particles.

Both women stated they handed the money again to George. 

“I just handed it to him and he started crying and said oh my gosh, why did you do this? I said it’s your money.  It’s not mine,” stated Pace. “He offered me money. I said no. Give me enough for a pack of cigarettes. He goes, let me take you out for dinner. I said coffee and a donut is enough for me.”

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