No matter what anyone says, the world is still full of heroes. On July 18th Emily Rogers' home caught fire. It was then that her boyfriend thoughtlessly ran into the home to make sure she and her son were out of the house.
A U.S. Coast Guard meeting yesterday morning in Frankfort, Michigan was interrupted when a Labrador was spotted falling into icy water. Without hesitation members of the Coast Guard shot into action and rescued the dog.
I'm so sick of hearing stories of parents leaving their children in hot cars while they shop or do whatever. Here's another one where the parents that decided to leave their 15-month old in a hot car while they went grocery shopping.
This story and video is really something special whether you're an animal lover or not, if this doesn't touch your heart at least a little bit, you have no soul. This frightened little dog was alone on the streets after his owners moved and left him behind.
I'm not entirely sure what caused the fall but damn! Not all rescues go as expected but at least they are out of the burning building. After the fall, the other people just ignored them too. It didn't seem like the other fire fighter was too worried about them.
This guy needs a vacation and a clean pair of shorts. This construction worker was caught on the top floor of a burning building. When the ladder truck was taking too long to save him, he took matters into his own hands. Be sure to watch the whole video for a surprise ending.
Talk about a close call. During a jump, two skydivers collided midair knocking one of the them unconscious. The other jumpers noticed he was in trouble and flew in to open his chute. Luckily, he regain consciousness shortly before landing.
Thanks to use the of a GoPro this fireman was was able to catch some really cool footage of a fire rescue. Though this fire rescue was a little different, as the fireman found an unconscious little kitten in a burning house that was filled with smoke. With some oxygen and water, he was able to save …
Yet another brilliant Michigan driver has made it on the news. The 24 year-old Dexter woman believed she was still on the road at first. A nearby neighbor saw the woman drive through a backyard and onto the ice.