What would you do if you looked out your window to find a toddler sitting on top of your neighbor’s snow-covered roof? Antwan Moore says he saw this exact incident on the roof of his neighbors across the street. What did he do? He climbed on top of the roof and sat with the child until emergency personnel could arrive.
Tag: "amazing rescues"
The recent flood in Australia has left four people dead, thousands evacuated and tens of thousands more stranded. But the tragedy has seen at least one amazing rescue – a little boy and his mother who had been trapped in their truck amid the rising waters.
Talk about “perfect timing!” Off-duty firefighter, Steve O’Malley, just happened to be enjoying his Saturday afternoon at a South Side Harbor on Lake Michigan when a baby stroller blew into the water, baby still attached!
As stories of those who lost their lives in the recent storms in the Midwest are reported, it is hard to hold on to something positive. But there are stories of heroism and there are stories of hope. Such is the story of Stephanie Decker, a mother who saved her children but lost her legs.
For two month old Kendal the difference of a second could have completely altered her life. But thanks to her godmother’s quick thinking the baby was saved from a car that rammed into their living room.
It’s every mom’s nightmare. You look away for a second and your stroller rolls away. For most of us it only goes a foot or two before it is stopped but for an Australian mom, it actually rolled off the train platform and on to the tracks.
Two year old Haylee McDonald and her family will always be grateful to Const. Aaron Jabs for saving the little girl’s life. The toddler was stuck upside down in her family car when her mom accidentally lost control and toppled in a watery hole in Delta.
It is a day they will never forget. Kelli Lynne Groves and her two daughters 10 year old Sage and 10-week-old Milo were on Highway 101 in California when a truck smashed their BMW from the rear end. Dangling over the edge of a 100 feet high bridge, the family was stuck for an hour before they could be rescued.
It never fails to amaze me when you read stories of others that are willing to risk life and limb for the lives of others. Today’s story, from Salt Lake City, Utah, proves that there are still plenty of heroes out there willing to save the day!