Christmas surprise! Watch U.S. Army soldier unexpectedly visit his sister at NC car dealership after nine-month separation

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CONCORD, N.C. – A U.S. Army soldier gave his sister the surprise of a lifetime while she was working at a North Carolina car dealership.

WJZY reported that the solider, identified by the station as a man named Warren, surprised his sister Friday at a Honda dealership in Concord.

Warren unexpectedly walked into the dealership and handed his sister flowers.

Warren works as a military dog handler, detecting explosives and narcotics, according to his mother, Gail Caudle.

Caudle said the siblings had been separated for nine months.

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