Good News: Heroic Honeymooners, Pregnant Firefighters, and Ending Polio
Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .
1. A pregnant firefighter in Maryland named Megan Warfield was in a car crash this month, and it made her go into labor. But she still got out and helped another crash victim before going to the hospital.
Her boyfriend who’s a paramedic was also one of the first people on scene. Hours later, they welcomed a healthy baby girl named Charlotte.
2. A couple from Rhode Island was honeymooning in Spain and walking around Barcelona when they saw a building on fire. So the husband ran inside . . . realized it was a nursery . . . and helped get more than a dozen babies out.
3. An 11-year-old kid in the U.K. started his own foodbank two years ago and collects things like canned goods to hand out. It’s going so well, he’s hoping to open a second foodbank location next month.
4. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation just pledged another $1.2 BILLION to help eradicate polio worldwide.