Good News: Ice Storms, Dedicated Dogs, and the Northern Lights
Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .
1. A one-year-old girl was trapped in a burning house in Detroit last week, and the family dog refused to leave without her. The dog’s name is Blue. She’s a pit bull-lab mix they rescued from a shelter two years ago. Firefighters said she helped them find the baby, and everyone made it out okay.
2. A bunch of cars got stuck on an off-ramp after an ice storm in Portland, Oregon last week. And a random guy named Jon Gilbert helped them out. He showed up in his SUV with tow straps after a friend called him . . . then ended up helping more than 20 other drivers too. Some had been stuck there for hours.
3. A cop in Atlanta was driving the other day, and happened to see a guy on a bike collapse. So he got to him within seconds . . . did CPR . . . and the guy pulled through. The cop’s chest-cam got the whole thing on video.
4. Wouldn’t you want your pilot to do this? An EasyJet flight from Iceland to the U.K. took a short detour on Monday, and did a full 360-degree turn . . . just so everyone on board got a chance to see the Northern Lights.