KARMELA VUKOVCOLIĆ was pleased with the behavior of a lady from Zagreb. She met her in Zagreb in Trešnjevka and decided to share the story called “Our Story” on her Instagram.
“On city roads, do you often encounter rude and potentially dangerous people? Those who drive through the twists and turns of Slavonska and ruthlessly squeeze gasoline, those who drive straight from the left lane of Vukovarska or Selska, and those who blow horns, right All the people who are rearranging are annoyed. Regulations?” Or those who have not yet adopted the outer lanes and always come out of the roundabout? Those who yelled, showed some fingers, whores, and even sometimes spit on your window (yes, this happened too!)? It’s not a story about them. It’s a completely different story. Location of action: Trešnjevka, time of action: today,” Carmela announced.
The aforementioned driver first cheered her up by giving her an advantage at an intersection in the crowd.
“What a nice woman,” I thought, bringing a smile to the driver. The driver slowed down and left my room to participate in traffic at a narrow but stupid intersection. During peak hours, you can only Turn left. I walked in front of her, slipped into the lane, and walked straight forward, while my spokesperson stayed in the left lane. To express her gratitude, she retaliated again. The traffic light is red, so it prevents the next big crowded intersection from crossing,” he continued.
But when the driver helped the blind passerby, she was especially moved.
“Suddenly I saw a man with a white cane. The pedestrian’s green voice sounded and he slowly started to cross the road… But it was an intersection with many lanes and sidewalks in between. I think this gentleman is Somehow crossed the road “obliquely” and led the zebra towards the traffic lane… What an amazing woman-when I saw the driver in the car passing by me, I thought about it again, hug the gentleman and lead him across the road , And then quickly returned to the vehicle. It turned green and we followed a different way. And I didn’t have time to tell her-that’s why I was writing: Bow to the floor, beautiful lady,” she concluded.