Woman seeks family who housed hers when she ran out of money
LOUISVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A woman is searching for a Tennessee family who housed her family in 1999 when they ran out of money while returning from vacation.
WBIR-TV reports Cambrie Anderson and her family vacationed at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, that year and ran out of money on their return trip to Indianapolis, Indiana. Anderson says in a Facebook post they were driving through Tennessee and had nowhere to sleep.
Anderson says she managed to befriend a family at a gas station who allowed her and her family to sleep at their house for a night. Anderson posted a photo of the family online with the caption "Strangers in Tennessee."
She says there is "probably zero chance" of the families being reunited and hopes social media can help.
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