There’s been a lot of people helping others out lately in little ways and in bigger ways.
These two stories might be almost 3,000 miles apart but they are very similar scenarios. Hero civilians thinking quickly to help others in the face of a fire.
The first story happened at a tire shop in Sacramento, California last weekend. The shop caught fire and there is church right next door was about to go up in flames with it. That’s when a bystander and his kid grabbed a nearby hose. Along with another random woman who jumped a fence to turn on the sprinklers. They were able to hold off the flames until the fire crews arrived and ended up saving the church.
The second story was in South Caroline where a FedEx driver saw a garage on fire last Tuesday while delivering packages on his route. He rushed over to the house and made sure everyone got out. Once the fire department arrived and everyone was safe, he then just went back to delivering packages. A true good hearted hero.
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