Top 10 Bravest Children in the World

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There are a large number of children in this whole world who have stand out from others and have done wonders. These brave works which these children have done has made them real super heroes. It is in fact the blessing for most of us are in this league and watch them doing great and amazing works. With the wonderful bravery in their mind thee work that they have started have really safe the world in many ways. Here is our list of top ten such children who have worked very hard and have in fact saved the world with their work.

 

1. The prom-bound teens who came to the aid of car-crash victims

The prom-bound teens who came to the aid of car-crash victims

Wearing three-piece suits and floor-sweeping gowns, 20 seniors from Western High in Davie, Fla., were heading to their prom in a white stretch limo on May 11. In front of them on a highway, a Honda Odyssey van started swerving wildly, nearly driving on two wheels, until it hit a side barrier and flipped over. The limo screeched to a halt, narrowly missing the van, whose passengers were already in a panic, yelling, crying and trying to free themselves from the broken glass and crumpled metal. The limo driver and the students scrambled out to help. The limo driver reportedly kicked one door open to get access to the passengers inside. A student climbed on top of the van, forced the sliding door open, and reached inside to free some of the passengers. There were young kids in the van, including a small child who was stuck under one of the seats. The limo driver was able to pull the child out and handed the kid over to one of the gown-clad students. The group continued to help the bloodied and petrified passengers until firefighters and police arrived. All told, seven injured passengers were taken to nearby hospitals. And the students? They were shaken but continued on. “I went on to prom and a lot of girls were helping me get the blood out of my dress, so it was good,”

 

2. The high school baseball team that lifted a car to save a life

The high school baseball team that lifted a car to save a life

On May 8, in the parking lot of Sacramento’s Valley High School, a student’s mom was picking her daughter up when she hit a car in front of her. Panicked, she quickly reversed, not realizing her daughter was directly behind the car. The girl was hit and became trapped under the car. Meanwhile, Valley’s varsity and junior varsity baseball teams were having their last practice of the season nearby. They heard desperate screams for help. The team sprinted toward the parking lot, jumping over fences to get there. About a dozen of the players surrounded the car, lifting the four-door sedan off of the girl. The teams’ assistant coach pulled the girl out and she was sent to a hospital, where she was reportedly expected to recover.

 

3. The 14-year-old who protected a rape victim from her assailant

The 14-year-old who protected a rape victim from her assailant

James Persyn III was home alone on Jan. 16 watching his two younger siblings when he heard frantic banging at the door of his house in a small Michigan town. Though frightened, James unlocked the door to an alarming sight — a woman, a senior at Central Michigan University, who was wrapped in clear packing tape, with bruises on her face, and cradling one arm. She said she’d been raped by a man who held her at gunpoint and was transporting her in a car when she escaped. James could see headlights coming up his long, winding driveway. The 14-year-old wasted no time. He locked all the house doors, herded everyone into the bathroom, turned off the lights, grabbed his hunting knife and waited. The alleged rapist, Eric Ramsey, came pounding at the door, reportedly screaming, “Let me in or I’ll kill you!” James called his dad and the victim called 911, so help was on the way. But Ramsey, unable to break in, had moved onto another plan, pouring gasoline on the house and setting it ablaze. Luckily, James’ father came home in time to put the fire out before it could spread. Police and an ambulance soon followed. The attacker escaped the scene but was later shot and killed.

 

4. The 14-year-old who saved a young boy from a burning building

The 14-year-old who saved a young boy from a burning building

One evening last September, Marcos Ugarte was doing homework with his dad when the two saw an orange-red hue down their street. They ran to their neighbor’s home in Troutdale, Ore., to find the house aflame and four of the five family members safe outside. The father who lived in the burning home, You “Alex” Ma, said his 8-year-old son Cody was trapped in a room on the second floor. Marcos offered to run inside, but his father, Eduardo, told him to stay put while he attempted to retrieve Cody. The heat and smoke forced the elder Ugarte out, but Marcos was already on the move. He got ahold of a ladder and placed it under the second-story window. With his father holding the ladder in place, Marcos knocked the window screen out and guided the boy out the window and down the ladder. Cody was taken to the hospital, but was unharmed. While the Ugarte family is proud of their son, Marcos himself remains humble: “I can’t say I really consider myself a hero,” “I think anyone would have done what I did.”

 

5. The 16-year-old who braved thin ice to save a boy from drowning

The 16-year-old who braved thin ice to save a boy from drowning

In the winter of 2011, Kole Devisscher was driving by a stretch of the Red River in Winnipeg, Manitoba, when he noticed a blue jacket floating in the freezing waters. Curious, he backed up his truck for another look to find that a young boy was struggling to get out of a crack in the ice. The 16-year-old used his truck’s tow strap to pull the 10-year-old out, but the boy wasn’t able to grab the rope because his hands were already turning blue. Devisscher made a loop out of the rope and threw it back into the river, telling the boy to put it around his shoulders. It worked. Devisscher was honored with an award for bravery, which he said was ” preety awsome.” When asked about his heroic act he said only that “I hope someone else would do that for me if I was in the same situation.”

 

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