The passenger attempted to get the car unstuck by opening his door, pushing the snow with the door, and then stomping down on the snow with his feet while still sitting in the car!
The driver and her young granddaughter, who was sitting in the back seat, got out and attempted to push the car out of the snow bank. That’s when I decided to loan the occupants of the car a shovel.
Within a few minutes I realized that more help was needed. I put on clothing suitable for being outdoors and went across the street to offer my help. I shoveled the snow out from under the front of the car. I, then, had the driver get inside the car. While she pressed the gas pedal, I pushed the car from behind. We managed to get the car unstuck. So that was my good deed for the day, as well as enough exercise (in my opinion) for the day!
By the way, the home across the street from me is an assisted living facility. The driver and her granddaughter were taking a relative (a patient) for an outing. The driver said that when she brought “him” back to the facility, she would not leave by the same driveway!