Food delivery driver Chelsea Timmons was dropping off her final order Sunday when road conditions in Texas took a turn for the worse.
“Timmons was west of downtown Austin and planned to head home to Houston after dropping off groceries for Nina Richardson and Doug Condon,” WGN 9 reported Thursday.
When she arrived at the home, Timmons noticed the driveway was on an incline, so she tapped her brakes going downhill but her vehicle did not stop until it hit a bush in a flower bed.
“I was just grateful that my car did not hit the house,” said Timmons, who then unloaded the grocery order and told the couple what happened.
They tried everything to build traction, but the car would not move. Timmons also called AAA, but every tow truck was performing emergency services.
When the couple looked out their window and realized AAA had not come, they offered