Savannah Woolever is just 6 years old, but she made a pretty grown-up decision on her last birthday. Instead of gifts, she wanted her friends to bring shoes for underprivileged kids.
“I just know that some kids didn’t have that many shoes and some didn’t have any,” Savannah said.
Tori Phillips, who happens to love Superman and was wearing a Superman hoodie, caught the baby.
“I’d seen they needed help and they were scared to come down with their baby and I was like, ‘I’m right here, I’ll catch ‘em.’ So that’s what I did and then another dude helped get his wife down and then he jumped down and got them to safety,” said Phillips.
Tony Barbero, a 17-year-old junior at San Francisco’s St. Ignatius College Preparatory high school, was surfing at Ocean Beach near Lincoln Way just before 4 p.m. when he noticed a teenage boy and a man in the water.
Tony Barbero said at first he thought the boy was just playing in the water, but then he saw a man struggling in the water “with a grim expression on his face” and pointing to the boy.
The surfer went up to the boy and heard him screaming for help. Barbero gave the boy his surfboard and then went over to the man, who was bobbing in the water.
Solar collectors working at home could generate enough hydrogen gas to fill up a car every night. It is even conceivable that if artificial photosynthesis could be incorporated into the paint job of a vehicle, your car or truck could spend the day in the parking lot making enough hydrogen gas for the trip back home.
What started out as an ordinary work day brought out the extraordinary in Sanitation Department employees Jay Visone of Bulls Head and August Cocuzza of Rossville, who alerted about a dozen people in several homes to the danger.