Space Voyager, on 14 December 2018 - 08:57 AM, said:
Saving our children is IMO genetically integrated into all life. Though humans often surpass genetic coding.
Saving the child was by accident as she was already carrying it. It's not like she had to jump in front of a truck to save it or anything, she just tried to get away from the mess as fast as possible and the kid came along for the ride. Brave? No, I'd call it lucky, no, extremely lucky
that there wasn't two red smears on the ground after the crash. Pure luck that the truck jackknifed and pushed the two cars to either side of the fleeing woman. It could have ended up far worse. Kudos to her for paying attention though, a split second later and she might not have walked (ran) away.
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