A man escaping the Southern California wildfires is now being called a hero after he helped rescue a scared rabbit…
According to Distractify, an unknown man in Ventura County did something amazing while driving down Highway 1 with other fleeing resident.
Although the fires were dangerously close to the road, the man pulled over to save a terrified wild rabbit.
Witnesses say this man pulled over to save a wild rabbit from flames along Highway 1 in Southern California as the massive #ThomasFire spreads toward Santa Barbara County. https://t.co/gGqzZlGfqT pic.twitter.com/3MT8IvV91d
— ABC News (@ABC) December 7, 2017
While the animal avoided his help at first, the man quickly got a hold of him and brought him to safety.
The entire incident was caught by a passing news crew, but the man declined doing an interview. However, that hasn’t stopped the internet from celebrating his actions!
The sweetest thing I’ve seen today. Hope they are booth safe
— ☃️Winter Dawn❄️🎄 (@viewsfordays) December 7, 2017
I cried just like you did
— Andre Stam (@AndreStam5) December 7, 2017
Every time I think the world sucks and deserves to just end…a hero walks among us and changes my mind. 🐰❤️
— Colleen ☘️ (@cmcubfan) December 7, 2017
That's how real heroes roll. Do and go. No Camera interviews!!
— 1NANCY (@1NANCY) December 7, 2017
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