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A FedEx delivery driver was recorded raising a fallen American flag and saluting it outside a home in North Carolina.

“America brought us the American Dream. We’ve got a home here. It’s been amazing. The fact that he came and raised our flag,” said Matthews, North Carolina, Homeowner Carla Cruz — who immigrated to the US from Mexico — told WJZY after watching a video of a FedEx driver hanging the flag outside his home.


scene was caught on a ring security camera and shows the driver returning to a fallen flag after dropping a package on Cruise’s porch. After this he saluted the flag.

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“I was like, ‘Oh, he’s gonna fix the flag, that’s a really kind act,'” Cruz told WJZY after watching the video.

A FedEx driver is recorded raising a fallen American flag as he salutes outside a home in Matthews, North Carolina.

“And then he salutes it, and my heart melts. I thought, ‘Maybe he’s a veteran,'” Cruz continued.

20-year-old Cruz came to the US at the age of 4 and said the flag represents her family’s visit to the US

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“We came here and we worship Mexico. But we adore this country and the opportunities it has brought to our family,” she said.

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She is looking to track down the driver to personally praise her for the act.

“We need more people like him in today’s world,” she said.

“FedEx Ground is proud of the many contributions our team members make to our communities every day. We appreciate the work of this service provider employee who went above and beyond by carefully and respectfully securing the flag on behalf of the homeowner ,” FedEx Ground told Granthshala News on Sunday an act of patriotism.

Last year another FedEx driver was also praised for raising a fallen American flag and turning it outside a home in Freehold, New Jersey.

“The flag should never be defaced like this, so you have to stop, you have to do something whether people are watching or not,” driver Chris Oslovic told “Granthshala & Friends” last year.