Good Samaritan Helped a Woman Who Just Flipped Her Off

Kristyn Dominy, 22, was driving home when a woman driving a beat-up jeep blew past her, flipping her off.

The jeep continued to weave in and out of traffic ... Then instant karma struck: the jeep caught on fire!

One would understand if Kristyn, who were just flipped off by the Jeep driver, would drive on by, but - in a move that reaffirmed my belief in humanity - she pulled over to help:

Dominy saw the woman was struggling to get her little girl out of her car, but that the 5-year-old was stuck in the seatbelt.

“I pulled over as fast as I could,” Dominy said. “The back of the mom’s hair was on fire and her clothes were on fire a little bit, but I don’t think she realized it because she was freaking out so much.”

When Dominy and the woman were able to get the child out of the car, the little girl’s clothes were on fire so Dominy said she had her get on the ground and roll around to put the flames out.

Kristyn waited for the ambulance, and the mother and her daugher were rushed to the hospital. The woman was treated and released, but never expressed her thanks (some people!): Link - via GOOD


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Bravo! The child was innocent and in any case it was absolutely the right thing to do. No matter she never thanked anyone, she has to live with her conscience and Ms Dominy with hers.
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I prefer to HOPE this woman was just having a real bad day & maybe after the fire she was in shock & not thinking straight.

I'm willing to wait a day or two to see if she'll reach out to thank the woman who saved her child & herself.

If she doesn't, I feel sorry for her little girl who will grow up with such a classless mother.

Kristyn is a wonderful young woman! A real heroine.
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