Sister asks social media to find woman who saved her brother's life
A man and his sister from the United Kingdom took to social media asking people to help them find the good samaritan who helped saved his life after it was almost taken in a devastating car accident.
Stacey Boyle appealed to Facebook asking if anyone could help find the woman who helped save her brother Christopher's life this week.
After Christopher's car crashed, he was rendered helpless until emergency services arrived. However, a woman approached the car and climbed in to hold his neck straight, fearing he may have broken it.
She reportedly told Christopher that she was on her way to see her child's school play when she saw the crash. Despite Christopher's pleas for her to go see the play, the woman refused to leave his side.
She said that the siblings reached out to the police in hopes of finding her but had no such luck. Since the Boyles posted the appeal on Facebook on Sept. 18, the post has amassed over 60,000 shares.
They're not the only ones searching for people on Facebook. This woman also asked social media users to help find her birth mother:
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