Video of Grab rider's heroic rescue of guy who tried to jump from flyover goes viral

Video of Grab rider's heroic rescue of guy who tried to jump from flyover goes viral

- A video of a kindhearted Grab rider who made a heroic rescue of a guy who was trying to jump off the flyover has gone viral

- The rider saw the guy already standing on the ledge, clearly wanting to jump off

- He stopped and went out of his way to be able to save the guy from pushing through with his plan

- The driver then ushered the guy to his motorcycle and talked to him, thereby saving a life

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A Grab rider successfully rescued a guy from jumping off a flyover. The video, uploaded on Facebook by Angel Stone, showed that he was passing through the flyover when he noticed the guy standing, clearly planning to make a mistake.

He approached the guy and started talking to him. Thereafter, he was able to pull the guy down from utter doom.

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Video of Grab driver's heroic rescue of guy who tried to jump from flyover goes viral
Photo: Screengrab from Angel Stone (@bongue.jhoangel)
Source: Facebook

The video has gone viral and many netizens praised the heroic deed of the Grab rider. There was even one vlogger who was looking for the heroic rider so that he may give him a helmet.

Many netizens stated that manong is truly a hero and deserves the recognition of being one.

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The story of the Grab rider is one of those that got lots of attention due to the emotional aspect. Things that appeal to the emotions are always among those that become viral.

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For instance, the story of Basel always gets attention. Basel Manadil took to Facebook and shared a photo of the Korean mini-mart that he established. In his post, he expressed the pain of experiencing a betrayal especially after one trusts another wholeheartedly. Now, he is recovering the pieces and is still bent on helping other people. He just welcomed four more employees at the Korean mini-mart, saying that one could hardly speak in Tagalog.

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A number of residents in a city in Negros Occidental were compelled to zipline across a river just to get to work. The river was destroyed by heavy floods and the residents do not have a more feasible way to work. A raft could not be used because the current was too strong so it would pose more danger to the residents who were crossing the river. The local government is already making plans to build a new bridge but it will still be up for bidding.

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