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HOT CLICKS: Strangers Help Pregnant Woman with Supplies after Car is Stolen

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HOT CLICKS: A soon to be mom out of Vancouver, WA got some pretty devastating news when she realized her car had been stolen.

But that wasn't the worst part, all her last minute purchases for the baby were inside the car.

She lost the new car seat, diapers, wipes, clothes and was low on money.

When deputies found the car it was in bad shape, everything had been ripped out and her baby items were gone.

When the people who reported the car heard the back story they were compelled to help.

They went out and bought replacement baby items and asked the deputy to delivery them to the woman. As you can image, she was shocked by their kindness.

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