A father whose son died in a car accident has made a special place in his memory at the side of an isolated road

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A father whose son died in a car accident has made a special place in his memory at the side of an isolated road.

The man came to this place every night in the dark without anyone knowing. After 13 years, he finds a ticket from a millionaire in his place.

In 2003, on a road in Richmond, California, a young man died in a serious car accident. The young man was Ray Olson’s son.

Torn by what happened, Ray wanted to make a special place in the place where his son died.

Ray learned that the owner of the land there was a multibillion-dollar company called Chevron, and he immediately thought that they would not let him make a special place in his son’s memory.

Ray did not ask the owner if he could build this place and he did it directly.

The man did not tell anyone about this place and thought that no one would notice it. Ray came every night torn by grief to the place where his son had lost his life.

After about 13 years in which no one told him anything, one night he found a ticket in the place he had built in which he was informed that something else would be built on that land.

Ray cared about that place just like his son because it was the only thing that kept him close to his memory.

When he received the message, he immediately thought that they would destroy the place and that he would lose the only thing that offered him relief.

But he was shocked when he finished reading the message. He would never have thought that the company would build a new memorial in the place where his son lost his life 13 years ago.

The company complied and built an enviable monument in memory of Ray’s son on which they placed a large plaque.

It was written on that plaque that the monument was built in honor and memory of Ray’s son.

In addition to this amazing thing the company did for Ray, they built a bench next to the monument for those who wanted to come to the place where life kidnapped Ray’s son too early in the world of the living.

Chevron spokesman Joe Lorenz told NBC News that this was Ray’s place and that he no longer had to hide by visiting the place at night.

 

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