More than 10,500 people have donated to online fundraising effort for Johnny Bobbitt Jr, who used his last $20 to help woman stuck on Philadelphia highway

A GoFundMe campaign set up to raise $10,000 for Johnny Bobbitt Jr, a homeless veteran who helped a woman when her car ran out of gas in Philadelphia, had by Friday collected more than $320,000 in contributions from more than 10,500 strangers.

Kate McClure of Bordentown, New Jersey, started the fund earlier this month after Bobbitt helped her out when he found her stranded on Interstate 95. According to McClure, 27, who works for the New Jersey department of transportation, Bobbitt, 34, told her to get back in her car and lock the door.

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