True heroes don’t always receive medals, and you don’t necessarily hear about them in the news. But they live among us and they are always ready to help and sometimes even risk their own lives for us.
Today we will tell you about a few heroes who’ve done good things and don’t expect a reward even though they really deserve it.
So scroll down to look at these true heroes make our world a better place.
This firefighter was photographed after a 32 hours long shift. Photographer said that the man in picture sat down and fell asleep within seconds due to sheer tiredness
This pet dog helps his owner every day to get to work by pushing his wheelchair
Corporal P. Ray saved a 2 years old little girl and now the girl invited her to her tea party which Corporal attended gladly
These two pictures are 18 years apart. The police officer saved this girl from a burning building and then attended her graduation 18 years alter
Meet Jonathan Smith. The man who saved 30 people from the Vegas shooting before he was shot in the shoulder
This dog saved his owner from an abusive ex a few years back, she tells him every day that he is a good boy every day
Statue of someone’s cousin who drowned while successfully saving another person in Newport Beach. This is the photo his dad sent the man in writing after the unveiling
This little kid named Guy saves up his allowance to buy much-needed supplies for a local Humane Society. Here he is with the manager and his latest donation. He recently helped fund a life-saving surgery for one of their rescued dogs
This flight attendant noticed a strange pair of passengers: an adult man and a little girl. Because she listened to her instincts, she ended up saving the child from being abducted
A man and his son saving dogs from the rising flood waters
Cameron Lyle gave up his career to donate his bone marrow to save someone’s life
Even though this cardiologist was on the beach and didn’t have any equipment he still managed to save a child’s life
Chris Mintz is an Army vet who used to live in Tacoma. He rushed the gunman at the Oregon College shooting and survived being shot 7 times
14-year-old student Katya Ovcharova saved 6 children in a fire