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A French tourist who rescued a toddler who fell into New York's East River says he didn't think twice about diving in to save the girl.
Two-year-old Bridget Sheridan fell off a gangplank at the South Street Seaport museum Saturday. Her father, David Anderson, says she slipped through guardrails when he averted his eyes to adjust his camera.
Julien Duret, of Lyon, France, jumped into the water. Anderson followed closely behind. Duret scooped up the girl and gave her to her father.
What I am referring to is his being tracked down like an escaped prisoner.
Originally posted by theability
reply to post by JIMC5499
That Little girl and that family!!
That is who cares!!!!
This was the reason again to focus on the good, to many ATS members have little compasion and take for granted what can be gone in a blink of an eye!
[edit on 7-4-2010 by theability]