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A Chiefs player is bringing a homeless man living in his truck to the AFC Championship game as a thank you for pulling his car out of the snow

Posted On: Jan 14, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

A Chiefs player is bringing a homeless man living in his truck to the AFC Championship game as a thank you for pulling his car out of the snow

A homeless man in Kansas City named Dave Cochran helped pull Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen's car out of the snow before the Chiefs' divisional playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts.
After tracking down the Cochran, Allen got Cochran and his girlfriend two tickets to the Chiefs' AFC Championship game next weekend.
Cochran, who lives in his car, said he's never been to a Chiefs game before and started crying when he saw the messages from Allen.
Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen is thanking a good Samaritan for helping him out of the snow with tickets to the AFC Championship game.
According to 41 Action News , Allen's car got stuck in the snow on his way to the Chiefs' divisional game against the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, when Dave Cochran, a homeless man living out of his car in Kansas City, decided to help.
Allen first tweeted that he was trying to track down a local man who helped him.
My car got stuck in the snow before the game & a nice guy named Dave help pull me out...

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