Transcript for UPS delivery driver surprises young boy for Halloween
Final nothing scary about this Halloween story. It's America strong. In Jericho, vermo, east of Burlington, this right here may look like just another U.P.S. Delivery run. But the driver, kipp Youngman is about to make someone's day. It's an extension of my life. Reporter: Waiting is max Finn. Max would get excited. Reporter: Max is autistic. He rarely speaks, and besides his daily routines, U.P.S. Trucks are among his favorite things. We realized how much we've gained in our life from him, because he makes us mottuned and attentive to other people. Reporter: Since March, with both parents working from home and home deliveries much more frequent, kipp's visits to the house twice a week have become much more anticipated. Have a good day. Reporter: So when it came time for Halloween -- He wants to be a ups man, so I mean, wow, why not just encourage him? It's from us at ups. Eporter: Kipp with that special delivery. Yay. Do you want to open it? Reporter: A ups vest, hat, gloves and truck bringing out a rare smile. Making a connection. What kipp has done for me is kind of renew that belief that there are small acts of kindness that people can do that really make a difference. Reporter: Kipp Youngman delivering much more than just packages. Everybody has a purpose. Max has a purpose. And I guess I'm finding out my purpose. (Vo) Hi, may I have a New York Series scratch-off ticket?
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