In times of trouble, it’s nice to remember there are real-life heroes in the world. And, make no mistake, the world is a cruel and unforgiving place to live. So it’s reassuring to see when people do something kind or selfless for someone, especially when it’s not easy. For some of us, it takes a lot to help someone, but even the smallest acts of kindness can go a long way. Then there are people who go above and beyond to help others, whether it be putting hours of effort and time to help the community, or even risking life and limb to save someone in peril. This is a list about those people. The people that make us believe there’s some good left in this world worth fighting for. So, here are 25 Real-Life Heroes We Want To Meet.
Former New York Giants linebacker Cole Farrand awoke to the smell of smoke coming from the house next door. Cole rushed to help the man he saw on the roof of the building. With the use of an extension, Cole saved the man from the inferno. The fire was no joke; it took several hours for firefighter to contain it.
Before you ask, no, Robin is not on this list because we share name (but it doesn’t hurt). Robin has actually done quite a lot of volunteer work providing fresh food, that she’s grown herself, for homeless people in her community.
She started it after discovering that her local homeless shelter could only provided canned foods.
What started as something she did herself, she now has over 200 volunteers helping her and she one day hopes to grow her organization to national level.
Two hours into a twelve hour flight from Zurich to L.A., Dean noticed a fellow passenger collapse after saying “she didn’t feel well.” Dean had recently received his doctorate so he knew exactly what to do. He managed to restart the women’s heart and save her life. LaBarba said he was the only physician aboard the plane flight that carried more than 300 passengers that day.
Leo moody helped save an infant from drowning when he crawled into a car that was upside-down in water and used a knife to cut the straps off her car seat and pull her out. The baby wasn’t breathing and another bystander performed CPR, reviving the girl. Leo was driving home from work Monday when he saw the flipped SUV in the water.
Robert Renning was heading southbound when he noticed a vehicle on fire nearby. He was able to get driver Michael Johannes’ attention and both vehicles pulled over. “I could see the flames coming out from underneath the car on the way back,” Renning said. The SUV locked as soon as the car pulled over, Robert acted quickly and pulled the door of the car open with his bare hands.