Black Friday Walmart shopping: Colorado coach shares heartbreaking story in viral video - TomoNews

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PUEBLO, COLORADO — A video of a Colorado woman sharing her heartbreaking shopping experience at Walmart has gone viral.

Colorado rodeo coach Paige Yore made a trip to Walmart in Pueblo on Friday, December 4th, where she met a young cashier who seemed to be having a bad day at work.

"He can't ring anything up, he can't remember the codes, he's taking deep breaths," Yore said in the video posted on her Facebook page.

In her video, Yore described how she wondered what had happened to the cashier while another customer started yelling at him. Yore tried to keep the customer moving by helping her load her groceries, and even asked the irate woman to step aside when she continued to yell at the poor cashier. That was when the cashier broke down into tears and told Yore his heartbreaking story:

"Ma'am, my mom just committed suicide this morning… and I have to work because I have to pay our rent, and I have to pay our bills. And I don't even have a mom anymore."

Yore repeated the story in her video with tears rolling down her face.

Yore said she comforted the poor boy and helped him by giving him all the money in her wallet. The video of her Walmart experience has been viewed more than 18 million times on Facebook. It has also sparked positive response on Twitter, with many praising Yore's actions and offering to help the boy.


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