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Brave Gas Station Clerk Saves Woman From Alleged Kidnappers

Now she’s being hailed as a hero for what she did!

Mark Andrew





Thanks to a brave gas station clerk, a woman has been saved from her alleged kidnappers. This one recently happened in Waterford, California and netizens are now hailing the quick-thinking “Good Samaritan” for her heroism.

24-year-old Savannah Pritchett was working her shift at Triple R Gas and Mart when a woman suddenly entered the shop, held her hand, and said “Please, please help me. I’ve been kidnapped, they have two guns.”

Gas station clerk Savannah Pritchett is a real-life hero.

Savannah’s immediate reaction was to lock the front door and then give the woman a phone. She then led her to a restroom so she can contact the authorities for help.

After a few minutes, two of the men entered the store. Savannah did her best to stay calm.

She said:

“They asked me, you know, ‘Why’d you lock the door?’ and I told them she told me she started her period.”

Everything was captured via CCTV and armed authorities arrived shortly thereafter.

The crooks were immediately arrested and the woman was saved.

All thanks to the effort of Savannah!

Eventually, the Stanislaus Count Sheriff’s Department acknowledged the clerk’s heroic act on a Facebook post, writing:

“A Waterford gas station cashier is a true hero. Her bravery and quick-thinking saved a woman who was kidnapped and sexually assaulted. The victim showed up at the gas station, begging for help. The clerk stepped up, locked the doors, hid the woman and called our deputies. Two of the suspects were taken into custody at the scene and detectives were able to identify and arrest two other suspects in this case. When we work together, we can do great things in our community.”

Savannah’s inspiring story has since gone viral and several news sources have featured her.

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Strangers Surprise Teacher With $530 After Overhearing Story About Her Poor Students

Teaching at a low income school “can be heartbreaking,” according to this teacher. Fortunately, there are good people out there!

Mark Andrew



One first grade teacher from Chicago was overwhelmed with emotions when the most amazing thing happened during her flight to Florida. Apparently, Kimber Bermudez was on her way to visit her parents when she had a chat with a fellow passenger about her work as a teacher, along with the challenges that come with it.

According to Kimber herself, working at a low income school can be "heartbreaking." Much to her surprise, however, she later left the plane with more than $500 after other passengers gave her some cash.

The reason? They overheard her talk about her poor students!

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College Student Walked 20 Miles for First Day of Work, Gets Free Car From His Boss

When you do good, good comes back to you.

Mark Andrew



It’s always nice when we hear about good, hard-working people getting recognized and rewarded for their efforts. In fact, that’s exactly what we get in this viral story where a working college student was gifted a car by his boss after learning about how he made it on his first day.

Apparently, Walter Carr, a student from Alabama, walked 20 miles just to make sure he reported on time for his first day on the job. His car broke down the night before but he remained full of determination to make it to work. So he began walking.

By 4am the following morning, police picked him up and were touched by his story.

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Meet Olive France, A 105-Year-Old Woman Who Shares Her Secret To Long Life

She can still touch her toes!




At the age of 105, Olive France is the oldest resident in North East Lincolnshire, United Kingdom. She has been independent for most of her senior years and only moved from Church Lane to Cloverdale residential home in Laceby just over one year ago.

Olive, widowed in 1955 when husband Jack died, has never let her age control her life. In fact, she just proved that age is definitely just a number and even gave her advice on how to live longer.

Olive France marks her 105th birthday at Cloverdale home in Laceby

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