18-year-old Antonio Gwynn from the American city of Buffalo (new York) 10 hours cleaned the garbage after protests in the city. On it informs TV channel CNN.
June 1, Gwynn took a broom, bought garbage bags and a night out on the street. When in the morning to help him out, a group of neighbors, it turned out that Gwynn already done most of the work.
In comments to CNN he said that Bailey Avenue in Buffalo was strewn with glass and debris, but many people use this road to get to work in the morning.
The locals decided to reward the teenager for his work. So, Matt Block decided to give Guinu red Mustang 2004. Another resident, a businessman, decided to give him a year of free auto insurance.
When at the local College found out that Gwynn collects money to study, they offered him a full scholarship and the opportunity to start training in September this year.
The TV channel notes that the teenager is not the first time performs community work as a volunteer, but the first time his work has been rewarded.
May 25 in Minneapolis after a tough police detention died African American George Floyd. Forensic examination confirmed that the death was caused by strangulation (a police officer with his knee pinned Floyd to the asphalt, becoming on his neck).
The destruction of the man triggered massive protests (often accompanied by riots and acts of vandalism), first in Minneapolis and later in other American cities.
In clashes in nine States, killed 11 people, among them – both police and demonstrators.
Four employees of police of Minneapolis, who participated in the arrest of Floyd, was charged.