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@ Concerta: that was right down the street from me.
Seriously. I saw the whole thing happen. That man is a hero.
The man who took that photo did not help the child. He later killed himself when the story got out.
And Btw USA anyone makes a joke at your expense accept it and get on with it. Your overt Pride is one of the reasons your fair game, you always fall victim to statements like that.
Flaming people are not bored, that`s for sure.
Okay, just throwing this out there... you may want to go back to grade school English.
That camera man is awesome, I`m so glad he did something. This reminds me of the photographer who took an hour to take a picture of a dying girl in Africa instead of helping her.
It`s a really famous picture, and there was a lot of controversy. The guy ended up hanging himself a few months later :s
America (or as we call it in the Great White North, "the States") does`nt have earthquakes?
I quite like this article. I kinda wish there were more people like that, it`d turn a lot of these sad news stories into happy ones.
Oh and this guy deserves a big gold medal.
But the American comment us uncalled for.
Just 2 here I got in a few seconds. Also 1 Brazilian and 1 Canadian Cameraman in the news, too.
Please don`t bash the Americans. It`s really not nice.
This guy happens to be one of the good ones.
Oh, and fartacus, you`re thinking of Puerto Rico.
Where did it say Americans took the credit? From what I understood it was two Australian channels taking credit.
The child didn`t survive.
Oh cute story though! ^_^
Anywho, give that guy a Klondike bar.