We should all aspire to help our fellow man whenever we can, but some individuals are true heroes.
On December 27, 57-year-old Tamara O’Tool was driving down the street in Eagan, MN, when suddenly, she began to suffer a seizure.
It was the first seizure she had ever had in her entire life.
Losing control of her vehicle as it approached a red light intersection, O’Tool passed out.
On the other side of the street, Richard Gilson realized what was going on, and parking his car, he sprung into action.
Luckily, O’Tool’s car was going along slow enough for him to reach it and pound on the windows, desperately trying to catch her attention.
At that moment, Daniel Heim was driving the opposite way in his box truck when he saw the commotion. Instinctively, he made a U-turn, and using his truck, crashed into O’Tool’s car to stop it from going any further.
“I noticed a guy chasing a car down the road, and he was banging ferociously on the window,” he said. “I just kind of nudged into it, and wedged myself and stopped her. I don’t know what I was doing…It worked, so I did it!”
Another Good Samaritan, Sarah Wright Walstrom, witnessed the scene and called 911.
Soon, police and paramedics took O’Tool to the hospital, where she recovered quickly and was back home on the December 28.
All three combined to deliver a most heroic effort!
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