With so many bad things you hear about today, it is good to hear a story such as this one to let us know there is still some good in the world.

There is a moving service based in Florida called College H.U.N.K.S., where college students show up and move your furniture or haul off old junk.  H.U.N.K.S. stands for "Honest, Uniformed, Nice, Knowledgeable Students."

Good News Network reports one of the students, 23-year-old Cesar Larios, was moving stuff at an assisted living facility and was in the elevator with one of the residents when the elevator got stuck.

Larios was informed by the woman that she was not able to stand for extended periods of time, so Larios got down on his hands and knees and offered to be a human bench for the woman.

The elevator was stuck for about 30 minutes and one of Larios' friends snapped a picture of the incident which the company's CEO Nick Friedman posted online.

According to the company's website, its employees strive to "make the world a better place" while moving people's stuff.

Nick Friedman says what Mr. Larios did is a perfect example of that.