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Old 09-15-2011, 01:36 PM   #1
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Heroism at its best. Take a look at this:


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Old 09-15-2011, 02:07 PM   #2
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Yes ..I seen that on the news...It looked like the guy was flat as a pancake when they pulled him-out...but they said he was not hurt all that bad...For the people who helped...OUTSTANDING.....I hope that never happens to me on my motorcycle but if it does,hope people like that are around.....Cool story...

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Ironic, how it takes a tragedy to bring out the very best in humanity.
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It was mesmerizing. Some good people there.

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It's nice to see that some people are still willing to put themselves in danger to help others. These people deserve to be recognized as heros.

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That's amazing. I hope if I'm ever that situation it goes down similarly.

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Never seen that one before, thanks for posting it up. What an incredible video and group of people!

The sad thing is I have seen a number of tragic incidence happen where people just walk by and ignore the situation. Someone needs to buy that one guy a beer. I cant say for sure, but it looked like he checked to see if someone was under the car and then went to "rally the troops." Sheeple at their finest but at least there was someone there to guide them and willing to step up!

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