Chris Wright was driving to church in Georgia in 2014 when he spotted TunDe Hector walking in the rain carrying a gas can. She'd run out of gas with $5 in her pocket.
The Good Samaritan tells ABC News he offered her a lift to a gas station and back, and "then the Lord said, 'Whatever you have in your pocket, just give it to her. She needs that.'" He gave her the $40 he had on him, noting she cried at this act of kindness, which would end up changing both of their lives.
In June, Hector was working as a nurse's aide when she recounted the story to the family of the terminally ill woman she was caring for. "That was me," a stunned Chris Wright told her, per CBS News. Neither family could believe it, but they also didn't think the meeting was random. "We don't believe in coincidence," says Carmen Wright, Chris' wife. "We're a family of faith."