A LOT of people were upset by several headlines labeling him as an ex-inmate instead of just a man doing what he felt was the right thing to do. His past shouldn't matter if he's doing the right thing in the present, and many people have contributed to his future. According to WNEM, Aaron Tucker was on a bus on his way to an interview when he saw the crash. The bus driver told him if he got off to help, he'd leave him. Tucker didn't care and helped the crash victim by wrapping his dress shirt around his head to stop bleeding. He is currently living in a half-way house after serving almost two years for weapons charges, and is raising a young son. He may have missed the interview, but the internet has raised over $50,000 to help the man, and you can check out the campaign here.

 

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