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IN People ON 08 Nov, 2015
Tommy Connolly did a marvelous task of supporting his homeless pregnant cousin who had no phone or shoes, and was pretty much illiterate. To support her, he started selling fruits and vegetables between his studies and athletics training.
He not only supported his cousin, but also worked hard to raise sufficient funds and buy a new house for her cousin's baby.
His cousin was homeless had no phone or shoes, and was pretty much illiterate.
Her husband was in jail and her parents were no longer on the scene. She lived on the streets and faced many traumatic experiences. Tommy said no one deserves a life like her.
He moved in a new house with her cousin and prepared everything to welcome the baby.
He wrote "I just filmed a birth and cut the umbilical cord!"
They are living happily now.
Tommy said he was aware he'd done a "really good thing" but "felt guilty getting all this attention". He added: His cousin did 90 per cent of the work – and if it's one or two years of his life, he have to put on hold to make sure two lives are going to be saved it's nothing at all.
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