When serendipity, luck, good karma and Mercury finally working in your favour all collide, you get a moment as amazing as when Ron Nessman become a hero.
Having battled grief, homelessness and unemployment for years, Nessman was leaving a job interview at an Applebee’s restaurant in California when he noticed a baby in a stroller rolling into the path of speeding cars.
This inspiring story has interrupted the news cycle dominated by Coronation and Trump-related headlines, notes The Guardian, reporting on how Nessman sprinted into the street, stopped the stroller, and saved the child from a possible premature end.
“I didn’t even have time to think about it,” Nessman told the local news station KOVR-TV when reflecting on his actions, which many have hailed as heroic. “You just react.”
Unhoused for about eight years, plagued by the grief from the sudden and shocking loss of his girlfriend, Nessman had reportedly been …