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14 celebrities who heroically saved lives offset (17 Photos)

Most movie scripts are great, and the writers are very talented, but judging from these stories they should probably take a page out of the real lives of these celebrities. Who knew some of them still run out of burning buildings in their free time?

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"My wife has been driving the same car for 15 years. I was finally able to afford a new car for her. I gave it to her today for her birthday as a surprise. Its the one she said that she hopes one day she could have." -Husband

Husband surprises deserving wife with new car (Video)

“My wife has been driving the same car for 15 years. I was finally able to afford a new car for her. I gave it to her today for her birthday as a surprise. Its the one she said that she hopes one day she could have.” -Husband

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“Somebody said to me. 'You know, your kids really aren’t that important to people.'" 
 
Joanne Williams had been an educator of special needs kids for 14 years. She’d heard it before, though she never quite understood people’s compulsion to actually say it. Strong people don’t put others down — they lift them up. Joanne Williams ‘Miss Jo’ walked away from the man. Take the high road and find a way to continue helping the kids. Find a way. 

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A special needs day care, the forgotten children, and a miracle (36 Photos)

“Somebody said to me. ‘You know, your kids really aren’t that important to people.'”

Joanne Williams had been an educator of special needs kids for 14 years. She’d heard it before, though she never quite understood people’s compulsion to actually say it. Strong people don’t put others down — they lift them up…

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