Sophia Bush wasn鈥檛 kidding when she told us how passionate she was about helping people. When engaged couple Gus and Jessie found themselves stranded on the side of the road with no means of getting to their own wedding, Sophia became one of several celebs, including Kate Walsh and Constance Zimmer, to join Twitter users @azita, @psimadethis and Nicola Behrman to use their social media influence to find a solution to the problem.

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 16: Sophia Bush attends the NBCUniversal 2016 Upfront Presentation on May 16, 2016 in New York, New York. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)

It all started with an ill-fated road trip for the couple, who were en route to their own wedding at a private Seattle forest ceremony. With their two dogs in tow, they hauled a trailer they had spent the last year remodeling, but disaster struck when the brakes on the Jeep they were driving went out moments before a sharp left turn over a cliff.

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Though the car鈥檚 emergency brake ultimately saved their lives, the Jeep was no more, leaving them alone in the woods without transportation.

Unsure of how to proceed, the pair turned to social media for help. Their Jeep was beyond repair and they were unable to find a rental company nearby with a large enough vehicle to accommodate the trailer and all of their belongings. With the wedding date looming, things weren鈥檛 looking good.

Enter the Internet. Not only was a GoFundMe account set up to raise $3,658 to be used toward a new car upon their return home, their story quickly went viral, reaching the aforementioned celebrities in record time.

Tagging a bevy of car companies, Sophia reposted @azitaloves call to the couple鈥檚 aid, writing, 鈥淲ho wants to be a hero and help out these about-to-be-newlyweds?鈥

The tactic WORKED: Audi came through with a Q7 large enough to pull the couple鈥檚 trailer and drove it to them from San Francisco (seven hours away) just in the nick of time.

Sophia shared the good news with an update to her post, writing, 鈥淗UMANS ARE AMAZING AND THE WORLD IS GLORIOUS AND GOOD K BYYYYYYYE.鈥

The couple also took to Instagram to share their story in its entirety with the passage below:

On Monday we were stranded on a mountain top with no cell phone service for 4 hours after losing power and brakes to our vehicle on a downslope. On Tuesday, we sat in our trailer all day waiting for the verdict on our jeep. By Tuesday night we were holding each other, both in tears of disappointment, because it was becoming difficult to find the light at the end of this tunnel after getting more bad news of the status of our whereabouts. Come Wednesday afternoon, a complete turn of events led us to holding each other, both in tears of joy, shock, and gratitude. We were waiting in line at the DMV watching all of this unfold and couldn't believe a single word of it. Instagram and Facebook shares, comments, DMs, donations, messages, friend requests, and a phone call from two complete strangers telling us not to worry, we were being taken care of. We laugh-cried for hours at each new development. By Wednesday night, a 2017 Audi Q7 was driven to us from San Francisco. It's Thursday morning and we are on our way to our wedding. By tomorrow night, Gus will be my husband and I will be his wife and it could not have happened without any of this. We have been at the mercy of the kindness of strangers and we have so many people to thank. We will be sharing a letter thanking each individual who has shown us hospitality in this situation from the beginning, but first we'd like to again thank @alchemy7om and @almostalwayshungry for creating the @gofundme on our behalf, for @azitaloves and @psimadethis for searching for resources to help us and contacting us to let us know everything was going to be okay, to @sophiabush and @katewalsh for sharing our story to their audience and reaching out to auto companies to help us, to @audi for being the first to offer their hand to us in lending us a car, and to @enterprise_inspires and @hertz for being ready to step in to help in case anything fell through, To Marc of @pmk_bnc for piecing it all together, and a big thank you to Alex who worked an 8 hour shift and voluntarily hopped in the Q7 for an 7 hour trip to deliver it to us at 11pm last night. We have a 13 hour drive ahead so wish us luck! Love, The Renauds

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鈥淥n Monday we were stranded on a mountain top with no cell phone service for four hours after losing power and brakes to our vehicle on a downslope. On Tuesday, we sat in our trailer all day waiting for the verdict on our Jeep. By Tuesday night we were holding each other, both in tears of disappointment because it was becoming difficult to find the light at the end of this tunnel after getting more bad news of the status of our whereabouts. Come Wednesday afternoon, a complete turn of events led us to holding each other, both in tears of joy, shock and gratitude. We were waiting in line at the DMV watching all of this unfold and couldn鈥檛 believe a single word of it. Instagram and Facebook shares and mentions, comments, DMs, donations, messages, friend requests and a phone call from two complete strangers telling us not to worry, we were being taken care of. By Wednesday night, an Audi 2017 Q7 was driven to us from San Francisco. It鈥檚 Thursday morning and we鈥檙e on the way to our wedding. By tomorrow night, Gus will be my husband and I will be his wife and it could not have happened without any of this.鈥

Holy cow, we need a tissue!

The couple DID make it to their wedding, and from the photo they shared via Instagram, it turned out to be an incredibly amazing day.

Talk about a happy ending! CONGRATULATIONS, GUS AND JESSIE!

Are you touched by Gus and Jessie鈥檚 inspiring story? Discuss over @BritandCo!

(Photos via Slaven Vlasic/Getty + GoFundMe)