Five hikers were walking along a trail in British Columbia, Canada, when they were alerted that two men had slipped off a rock and fallen into a pool just before the rapids below.
Quick thinking: On Oct. 11, Kuljinder Kinda, a Sikh electrician from Punjab, India, and his friends were hiking in Golden Ears Provincial Park when a group ahead told them to call for help, NBC News reported.
A Filipino American school nurse was called a “g**k” by an elderly man while he was out doing deliveries during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Kyle Navarro shared on Twitter that the school’s staff has been providing deliveries of medicines, groceries, and more to students and their families affected by the stay at home order during the outbreak, AsAm News reported.
A video of a good Samaritan leaving multiple boxes of face masks at a police station has become widely shared on Chinese social media.
The unidentified do-gooder can be seen going to a police station in Anhui province, where he reportedly left 500 face masks in a bid to help people protect themselves against the novel coronavirus.
The incident occurred at a supermarket in Penglai, Shandong province on Aug. 30.
More than a dozen good Samaritans locked hands to save a mother and her two children who fell into a frozen lake in northern China.
The heartwarming rescue took place in Tangshan, Hebei Province, on Jan. 7.
Gerardo Amolato Maquidato Jr., a Grab driver from the Philippines who was dubbed by citizens as a “good samaritan,” was recently killed by carnappers posed as legitimate passengers on October 26. The app-based service is now working closely with the Philippine National Police – Highway Patrol Group to apprehended the suspects.