Courageous US Man Who Saved Baby From Rolling Into Traffic Lands Up A Job
Ron Nessman, a homeless and unemployed man, recently became an online icon for his heroic act of rescuing a baby from a runaway stroller heading towards traffic. Nessman, who had been living with his sister for the past few months and searching for employment, has now landed a job. His remarkable rescue was captured in surveillance footage, which went viral on social media.
Another HERO😊 surveillance video captures a homeless man saving a baby in a stroller rolling toward heavy traffic. The baby’s aunt was unloading items on the backseat of her SUV parked outside of the A1 Hand Car Wash, when the stroller started to roll away towards the street.… pic.twitter.com/wihD0EmNFQ— DeL2000 (@DeL2000) May 4, 2023
Nessman's life took a positive turn when he spotted the stroller rolling towards moving traffic while leaving a job interview at Southern California Applebee's. Reacting instinctively, he intercepted the stroller, preventing a potentially fatal accident. His actions earned him praise and recognition from around the world.
What sets Nessman's job opportunity apart is that it was not based on his newfound fame but rather on his merit and humble personality. The general manager of the Southern California Applebee's outlet, Emily Candy, stated that Nessman was a great candidate and would fit well with their team.
After rescuing the baby, Nessman approached the distressed custodian and comforted her. His compassionate gesture, along with his selfless act, touched the hearts of many. Despite facing years of homelessness and unemployment, Nessman's bravery and kindness have now provided him with a fresh start.