12:30PM, Saturday 28 June 2014
A mother from Pinkneys Green is looking to find a 'Good Samaritan' who took care of her daughter.
The 18-year-old had been on a night out in Reading, but was refused entry to a club.
Her friends put her in a taxi, paid the driver and gave him her home address.
For some reason, she was not dropped at her door and a young man found her lost, soaked and confused between Reading and Maidenhead.
He took her to his parents' house, where they gave her a coat and a bobble hat before taking her safely home.
"Luckily he was a genuinely good, nice person," said the mother-of-two.
"She was absolutely soaked to the skin."
The family, who have asked not to be named, still have the coat and hat and want to find the people who took care of their daughter to return the clothes and say 'thank you'.
Call reporter Lucy Elder on 01628 678225 with any information.
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