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After months without a/c a Kansas City woman gets help from good Samaritan

75 year old Peggy Moore paid an HVAC contractor $5,000 in February to have her air conditioning fixed. Yet her house has been 90 degrees this whole summer and she finally broke down.

"I'm so hot, I can't do anything, I can't clean my house, I can't do anything. I feel bad about it because this is not the way I live. This is not the way I keep my house," Moore told a local TV station. "I get to the point where I can't hardly breathe. I get these bad headaches, I can't see. It's really hard, it's very hard."

Moore pleaded with her contractor multiple times but received no answer. So, she reached out to FOX4 Problem Solvers, who shared her story. The next day her HVAC contractor suddenly reached out and offered to replace the unit. Even after that, it was still 89 degrees inside.

Harry Frame of Service 1st Contractors saw the story and offered to help – at no charge. He inspected the new unit and determined that it is too small for Moore's home. He replaced it with a brand new one. FOR FREE.

There is a lot of problems in the world these days so anybody can – that can reach out and just do a little good for somebody it needs to happen more often," Frame said.

"I'm thankful that so many people cared and came to my rescue because I didn't know what I was going to do," Moore said.

Here is the story they did on her BEFORE the situation was fixed, when the man she paid $5000 would not even respond to her messages.

Woman driver being hot during heat wave in car, suffering from hot weather wipes sweat from forehead

Photo: Dima Berlin / iStock / Getty Images

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