This TikTok user paid back to the Uber driver who had previously helped her in an unimaginable way…

Becca Moore is a well-known TikToker with over 800,000 followers. The robbers made off with her phone, rental vehicle keys, and pocketbook when she was at Coachella this year.

At the start of her three-minute TikTok video, which has received more than 3 million views, Becca says, “I went to Coachella this weekend and I thought this guy was sorta flirting on me but then he just robbed me.”

After the event, she was stranded with no means of transportation, money, or communication with her friends and family. She was stuck in the middle of nowhere.

Becca’s friend’s hotel hired an Uber for her so she could travel to a nearby shop to get a new phone, which she did. Raul Torres, a guardian angel from Fresno, California, some six hours north of Indio, was the driver she was very fortunate to be connected with.

He was much more than just a person with a vehicle in a time of need; he was a guardian angel.”He insisted on accompanying me inside the building and made certain that I would have a ride home afterwards,” Becca said.

The two of them decided to take a break from their search and replenish their spirits with some margaritas, which Raul kindly provided for them after the disappointing outcome. For the simple reason that he’s an angel on this planet, Becca said in her TikTok video.

While the two of them were bonding over drinks, Raul revealed to Becca that his daughter has been fighting cancer, which is why he has been working as an Uber driver.

According to Becca, “He told me all he wants is for his daughter to have a normal last semester of her senior year and to be able to attend important events like prom and graduation.”

“Raul terminated his Uber shift that morning to spend the rest of the day assisting me, demanding nothing in return.”

Raul and his family are in desperate need of financial assistance, so she appealed to her large following for assistance via a GoFundMe campaign. The campaign has already raised more than $144,000 in its first four days.

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