Good News Headlines (Updated)
[Headlines from DRJ]
Firefighters use CPR to save drowning fawn in Oak Grove, Minnesota:
Little tragedies occur every day in nature. On Tuesday, one was in progress in Oak Grove. A pair of twin fawns – so young there were still strands of umbilical cord trailing from their bellies – got trapped in a creek and were about to drown.
‘So blessed.’ Slidell Wal-Mart cashier who walked miles to work given a car after story goes viral:
Singleton, who said she hasn’t owned a car in a decade, has worked at the Wal-Mart on Northshore Boulevard for three years. Slidell Police Officer Brad Peck came across her in the pre-dawn hours Monday as she walked along the U.S. 11 overpass.
“She was really hugging that guardrail, too,” Peck said.
Peck noticed her Wal-Mart uniform and stopped to ask if he could give her a lift. He figured she worked at the Wal-Mart store on Robert Boulevard, the one nearest where they were. But she told him she worked on Northshore Boulevard, some 9 miles from her home.
Child who survived Mall of America fall undergoing further procedures:
The [5 year old boy] boy, named Landen, plunged 40 feet when he was randomly grabbed by Emmanuel Aranda and tossed over the railing.
Aranda has pleaded guilty to attempted premeditated first-degree murder in the April 12 attack. Landen suffered head trauma and multiple broken bones.
The family’s post says Landen is recovering, his spirit is strong, but there is still a long road of recovery ahead. The GoFundMe site has raised more than $1 million over the past month.
UPDATE: More good news – Yoga instructor saved in Hawaii. Thanks to Dave in the comments.