Heroic Pizza Man Saves Kids from House Fire

This will be the most inspiring news story of the year.

Pizza delivery man Nicholas Bostic was driving down a street in Lafayette, Indiana, around midnight when he saw a house on fire–no police, no fire-fighters. He wanted to call for help, but he’d forgotten his phone.

So he ran into the burning building and would up saving the lines of five children (https://www.tmz.com/2022/07/19/pizza-delivery-man-saves-children-burning-house-fire-video/).

[The article from TMZ includes video of the incident.]

To save the fifth child, Bostic had to jump out of a second-story window with the child cradled in his arms. As paramedics ministered to him–his arm was cut severely by the broken glass, and he had a bad case of smoke inhalation–Bostic asked, “Is the baby okay?”

Yes, she was. All five of them were–thanks to him.

God’s providence placed him there when he was needed. His heart and courage did the rest.

10 comments on “Heroic Pizza Man Saves Kids from House Fire

    1. What? This isn’t toxic masculinity. There’s plenty of toxic masculinity in the world, but this isn’t it – by a long shot.

    2. Yes, I was being sarcastic about the wokists who scorn traditional masculinity.

  1. How wonderful to hear something positive for a change. May he be blessed by the Lord for his heroism.

  2. Wow, what a wonderful story! A real, true hero in a world of ‘stunning and brave’ morons who think that being trans or gay is heroic, but who would never rush into a burning building.

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