Babysitter Defends Boy From Viscous Dog Attack

In Genesee, Colorado, a local babysitter, Sharon Molloy, is being called a hero after she defends 3-year-old Jack Melichar for a savage dog attack. When two black dogs showed up on the family deck, Sharon and the boys, Jack and his 8-year-old brother went out to shoo the dogs home.  Like any exuberant 3-year-old, Jack was running.  One of the dogs then attacked him. Sharon began trying to pull the dog off him, and it turned on her. Two neighbors … Continue reading →

Mother Saves Kids from Runaway Bus

In Massachusetts, a fast-acting mother is being credited with saving a sidewalk full of children from a runaway bus. Lorie Aliano had just dropped off her son at elementary school for a class trip to the zoo. That was when she looked up and spotted an empty bus rolling down a driveway and heading towards the children. So she jumped into the bus, sat down in the driver’s seat, and stomped on the middle pedal . . . which she … Continue reading →

Teen Saves Policeman

Reversal of roles, a Philadelphia police officer owes his life to a teenager who helped pull him to safety from a burning squad car.  Officer Mark Kimsey’s cruiser burst into flames after colliding with a pick-up truck, and says he’d still be there if it wasn’t for 17-year-old Joe Chambers. (USA Today, 11-12-2014, p. 4A)

Father Kills 300 Pound Black Bear

With Single Blow 6-23-07 Chris Everhart (Who happened to be an ex-marine), was camping in the Chatahoochee National Forest, located in Northern Georgia, with his three sons. All was well, until a fifth visitor decided to crash the party … a 300-pound black bear. The bear entered their campsite, rummaged through some stuff, and was heading back to the woods with the family’s cooler, when the youngest of the three sons, 6-year-old Logan, hurled a shovel at the large furry … Continue reading →