5-year-old leukemia patient Miles Scott got the surprise of a lifetime today when the entire city of San Francisco transformed into Gotham City to fulfill his wish to be Batman for a day. Make-A-Wish Foundation planned the entire day and more than 12,000 volunteers helped make the day happen. Miles’ day included rescuing a damsel in distress, rescuing San Francisco Giants’ mascot Lou Seal from the Penguin, stopping Riddler from robbing a bank and being handed the key to the city by the mayor himself, Edwin Lee. View live updates as Batkid saves the city here.
Batkid Presented With Key To ‘Gotham City By The Bay’
Two years ago, 92-year-old John Shear was working as a paddock guard at Santa Anita Park racetrack in Arcadia, California when he heard someone shout there was a loose horse on the grounds. The racehorse sprinted Shear’s way and at the last possible second he noticed a little girl beside him. Without hesitating, Shear stepped in front of the runaway horse and saved the 5-year-old girl’s life. Despite being hospitalized for months and almost losing his own life, Shear says, ‘I’d do it again. Without a blink of the eye, I’d do it again’.
E:60 – ‘Shear Will’
Rabbi Noah Muroff and his wife of New Haven, Connecticut recently purchased a desk on Craigslist for $150. When the desk wouldn’t fit through a door in their home, they began taking it apart and found a bag behind one of the drawers containing $98,000 cash. After discovering the cash, Muroff called the original owner and returned every dollar.
On Saturday evening, nine veteran skydivers and two pilots took to the skies over Superior, Wisconsin for their final jump of the day. As all nine skydivers were preparing to jump, their two Cessna planes collided at 12,000 feet. Incredibly, divers from both planes and the pilot of the trail plane managed to open their chutes and land safely on the ground. The pilot of the lead plane, Blake Wedan, landed the second plane safely at the Superior Airport with damage to the propeller and wing.
Complete GoPro Footage Of The Collision
A couple weeks ago, Metro bus driver Darnell ‘Big Country’ Barton was driving his route along the Scajaquada Expressway in Buffalo, New York when he spotted a woman standing on the wrong side of the guardrail on a bridge. Barton stopped his bus in the middle of the bridge, called to the woman, then got out and pulled the her to safety. When Barton returned to his bus, his passengers gave him a round of applause.
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