“If someone had to die, I thought it should be me" - 6 Year Old Boy Says After Rescuing Sister From a brutal 1 year old Mix German Shepherded dog attack.
A really amazing and worth remembering 6-year-old boy, has recently gained a lot of social media attention and good recognition for what he did - He stepped in the gap and rescued his sister form a Dog attack.
Things got even more interesting when Anne Hathaway or CNN started talking about how the little hero rescued his sister from a dog attack.
How it all happened:
According to reports on CNN, BBC and other global media fronts,
An attacking German shepherd mix dog charged toward his 4-year-old sister and he stepped in the way to protect here.
He however sustained some injuries from bites and struggles while shielding his sister. It was not a simple attack.
The dog bit his cheek from a jump and latched on it a little while, injuring him so much that he had to take in some stitches for that and a minor surgery..
The little hero added "if someone had to die, I thought it should be me," according to the statement he made to his aunt.
He was known to be a fan of the avengers and this followed by Anne Hathaway -
"I'm not an Avenger, but I know a superhero when I see one," Hathaway wrote on Instagram alongside photos of Bridger and his sister.
In a concluding statement by Hathaway, as captured from the family,
"May we follow Bridger's example, approach the world as a child, and bring greater peace to our own homes, communities, states and countries,"
Wow wow wow..can we give this boy a standing ovation wherever you are right now.
God bless and keep him and his sister.
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