Darlene Andamasaria is a waitress at a Wall, NJ diner. She was in a terrible car accident 6 years ago and still suffers from a series of painful injuries including missing and cracked teeth which reminds her of the incident daily.
One day Darlene was working her shift at the diner when she waited on a man named Kevin Moseman and his wife. They started talking and Kevin said he noticed a deep sadness about her. He told Darlene she could feel free to talk about her troubles, and she did which made her feel extremely grateful.
Kevin, who happened to be a DENTIST was so touched by Darlene’s story. A few weeks later he brought her to his office and repaired her broken and chipped teeth for free. Now Darlene has her smile back thanks to this random act of kindness from a stranger!!
Random Encounter At Diner Becomes Life Changing Moment For Wall Woman https://t.co/DJ17Jv6wOD— WINS News Feed (@WINSfeed) January 24, 2017
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Hero Reunited With Man He Saved 20 Years Ago
In 1995, an Australian man broke his neighbor’s window and dove through flames to save a 16-month-old toddler from a house fire. Well, that man, Mick Kelly, is now 59 and that toddler, Dylan Gibbs, is now 22 – and they were finally reunited, thanks to Facebook.
Through the years, Dylan tried to locate Mick in hopes of thanking him in person for that brave act so long ago. Dylan almost gave up hope, but a stranger finally responded to a Facebook post and gave Dylan the chance to connect with his long-lost rescuer. The two met at a pub in Melbourne and Dyan admits he was very emotional, but was able to tell Mick thanks for saving him. Mick said he often wondered how Dylan was doing – and was happy to see that he had grown into a good young man. The two men now plan to stay in touch and have already arranged for Mick to attend Dylan’s 23rd birthday party in March.
A hero who jumped into a burning house more than 20 years ago has been reunited with the man whose life he saved.https://t.co/5lmYnzv7FT— Preston Leader (@prestonleader) January 24, 2017