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Quick-Thinking Driver Saves Unsupervised Toddler Who Had Run Into The Street

Not all superheroes wear capes. Some of them aren’t into tights and prefer regular clothes, tees and jeans, drive a car and like to listen to classics like “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).”
Driver acts quickly, saves kid playing in the street in California 57 photos
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One quick-thinking driver is being praised for his response when he noticed a baby boy playing with a ball on the side of a street near Glen Park in Tustin, California. He turned back his car and drove towards it, and then sprung to action when he noticed the kid was about to start playing with his ball right in the middle of the busy street.

So, once he pulled over safely, he ran out of his car and chased the kid, all the while signaling to the other drivers to stop, so as to prevent injury to the both of them. Being a hero, he even managed to retrieve the kid’s ball.

The driver actually caught up with the boy on the other side of the road and it wasn’t until they started back that the child’s supervisor appeared. Whether a father or a grandfather, that dude was completely chill about what had just happened: he grabs the boy from his rescuer’s arms and then, apparently without too many words of thanks, waves him goodbye and is on his way.

Now, parents will say that it’s sometimes difficult to keep an eye on kids, especially if you happen to have more than one. Still, this kind of oversight, of leaving a child to play unattended by the side of a busy road, borders on criminal negligence. Especially if you’re out with the kid at the park, when you’re supposed to be spending quality time together.

Adding insult to injury, the man also failed to properly thank the guy who had saved the kid’s life. As the saying goes, a little gratitude goes a long way.

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