Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

She Had A Seizure On A Train, When She Wakes Up She Finds THIS Note.

There are good people in the world, they just don’t like to show off about it. In the world of social media where in order for things to matter or be relevant they have to be shared with a selfie and a couple of hashtags, not everyone is looking for thousands of likes in their accounts.

Yet, every once in a while you hear of heroic, selfless stories of people who just want to help. No compensation or adulation needed. One woman received assistance from a complete stranger on her way to work. The only problem is that she has no idea what he looks like or how to find him.

Ellie Farnfield was on her way to teach a fitness class in London when had a seizure in the train she was travelling. The 27-year-old has had seizure episodes before but no one has gone to such lengths to make sure she was ok.

Farnfield had no idea she had a seizure when she woke up. The good Samaritan had pulled her off the train when he realized she needed medical attention.

Initially when Ellie woke up she thought someone had stolen her purse.

Farnfield had no idea she had a seizure when she woke up. The good Samaritan had pulled her off the train when he realized she needed medical attention.

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Instead the acupuncture student found a note explaining to her what had happened.

"I was very confused. Then I saw the note and the money and felt quite emotional - it was such a thoughtful thing to do," says Ellie.

Instead the acupuncture student found a note explaining to her what had happened.

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The stranger had contacted 14 people from Ellie's phone to notify them of her seizure.

The man also left her money for coffee and a taxi to get home safely. The stranger actually apologized for not having more cash to leave with her. He signed it simply with the name "Tom." There was no email or mobile number to call Tom.

The stranger had contacted 14 people from Ellie's phone to notify them of her seizure.

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"Anything could have happened. I could have hit my head, fallen off the train, been there for a long time," explains Ellie.

Tom didn't just contact people off her phone, he also contacted the staff in the train.

"Anything could have happened. I could have hit my head, fallen off the train, been there for a long time," explains Ellie.

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Before he left he ensured EMS was on its way as well.

The spokesperson for Southern Railway said everyone has been touched by what the man did. "What this mystery man Tom did just goes to show how thoughtful and kind-hearted many of our passengers are. This would have been a frightening experience but thanks to our good Samaritan this young lady woke up in good hands with a taxi fare home."

Before he left he ensured EMS was on its way as well.

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