CINCINNATI (WXIX/Gray News) — The mother of an Ohio high school student says she didn’t know her son regularly helps a blind woman cross the street until an image of them was shared on social media.

The picture shows Dontarius Caldwell, a 15-year-old freshman at Aiken High School, walking a visually impaired woman across Hamilton Avenue and then across North Bend Road in Cincinnati.

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“Just thought man that is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen. When they stopped at that corner. I had to take a picture,” Mike Garibay told WXIX.

Garibay shared shared the image Monday on Facebook. He said he learned from the teen’s principal that Dontarius walks the woman across the street three times a week.

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Sheena Ferrell said she saw the photo on Monday when a friend of hers shared it on Facebook.

“I was like, ‘that looks like my son!’ and I was like, ‘that is my baby!’ I’m just really proud and excited,” she said.

Ferrell says she had no idea that Caldwell was helping the woman but she wasn’t surprised.

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“He’s always willing to help. He’s such a good kid. I just love him so much,” Ferrell said.