Teenage girls to the rescue
Wed, 31 Oct 2012 7:00p.m.
Teenagers often get a bit of flack for not helping around the house, sleeping all day and only asking their parents for money.
But there's a group of Hamilton school girls who may have just done the good deed of the century, and greatly improved the reputation of their fellow teenage friends.
Six girls rushed to the aid of a woman they witnessed involved in a terrible accident on her mobility scooter, and they stayed with her and comforted her until help arrived.
Today they went back to the spot where the drama unfolded.
Watch the video to see Anna Burns-Francis’ report.
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3/11/2012 6:36:01 p.m.
What about the man who actually went into the water and pulled her out and put her in the recovery position because the girls couldn't? Where is his recognition when he is the real hero of this story.
31/10/2012 10:57:02 p.m.
Bloody legends- too caring and smart for NZ - move to Australia girls - ASAP!
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