We wish you a Mini Christmas and a happy new Gear! Gobsmacked nurse gifted new mini after car pinched by thugs
Christmas came early for a Poznań nurse who received a mini surprise after her car was stolen.
Aneta Jobska, who works as a specialist nurse in anaesthesiology and the intensive care unit of a COVID hospital, was on her way to work one morning when she discovered her car, a Hyundai Santa Fe, had been stolen.
Jobska called the police and made a report but also asked on Facebook for help from anyone with any information.
After one of her concerned colleagues shared the post, a kind-hearted local car dealer got in touch with her and offered her a mini as a replacement.
Adam Smorawiński, owner of BMW Smorawiński, said: “I found out about the theft from social media.
“I commented on the post about the possibility of lending a car free of charge.
“The same day we made contacted and handed over the car.
“We thought that a person with this level of commitment would appreciate an agile city car.”
Stunned Jobska said: “Without a car, it would be very difficult for me. I am on call 24 hours a day. I never really know when I might be needed in the hospital.
“In case I get a message in the middle of the night that I have to show up, I don't have time to think about what time the tram is coming, when I get the call, I just go out, get in the car and go to the place.
“It seemed impossible to me that someone would decide to help a modest nurse like myself. My whole life is helping another person.
“This time someone helped me and it is beautiful and I am very grateful for that.”
Smorawiński’s dealership is also offering to service any medics car for 1 PLN within a 100 km radius.
They will pick-up the vehicle, perform the service and return the car to the owner.