"You ain't getting your keys, you are going to jail tonight."
Man, this guy got lucky.
A bad week for burning cars. A good week for Good Samaritans.
"I just saw that he needed help," said one of the Good Samaritans. "And I decided to help."
For this woman, it was the most important day of her life.
No good deed goes unpunished.
Four young Pokémon GO players from the Cincinnati area got more than they bargained for when, instead of Squirtle or Bidoof, they caught a couple in the throes of a drug overdose.
Footage shot on the streets of London show a trio of thieves lifting a motorcycle in full view as passers by look on - and do nothing. Would you have done any differently?
A homeless man in Colorado Springs is earning praise in his community and on the Internet after he helped push multiple stranded cars up an icy hill last weekend.
You better watch out, you better not cry. You better not pout, I'm telling you why: One day, Santa Claus himself might pull you from your burning Ford Explorer Sport Trac before you're engulfed in flames. Brad Luddeke was on his way to deliver gifts to needy children when he came upon an accident just outside of Dallas, Texas. Luddeke saw the vehicle was beginning to catch fire and
Men and women are capable of amazing feats when life and death are on the line. The latest example proving this fact can be found in the video after the break, where you'll see a group of heroic strangers lifting an overturned pickup truck just enough to free a helpless passenger.
Humans working together can do amazing things. An example of this was recently caught on video, when bystanders at the scene of fiery accident came together to save a life. In Logan, Utah, a 21-year-old motorcycle rider collided with a BMW. The resulting accident created a flame-filled scenario of danger, with the young biker lying trapped under the front of the heavy sedan.