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An eight-year-old boy has touched social media after he was pictured consoling an autistic classmate during their first day of school in Kansas.
Christian Moore was snapped holding his classmate's - eight-year-old Connor Crites - hand during their first day of second grade at the Minneha Elementary School in Wichita on August 14.
Connor had been having a difficult day and explained to local reporters that his classmate extended his hand in a kind gesture.
'He was kind to me,' the second grader said to KAKE. 'I started crying and then he helped me. And, I was happy. … He found me and held my hand and I got happy tears.'
Christian Moore was pictured holding Connor Crites hand on their first day of second grade at the Minneha Elementary School in Wichita on August 14
Crites has autism and had been struggling through his first day at the Kansas school
Courtney Moore, the Good Samaritan's mother, saw the entire exchange unfold and said that the two created an 'inseparable bond' from the heartwarming moment.