Superheroes joined forces on Sunday, Sept. 8 to come to the rescue of a cat trapped inside a fire engulfed home. As reported by Dan Matics on WCHS TV, Batman and Captain America showed up quickly on the fiery scene, before firefighters, to save the day as they rescued a family cat from the flaming enemy.
Heroes for hire become real life heroes.
John Buckland dressed as Batman and Troy Marcum donning his Captain America suit were in the midst of teaching children positive motivational lessons at an American Legion hall when they spied smoke rising from a nearby home in Milton, W. Va. The children were witness to a real life positive event as the two comic book heroes became real life heroes as they rushed to the house to see if there was anyone inside that needed to be rescued.
Before starting the Heroes 4 Higher business, Buckland was a trained firefighter at home and in the military and knew what he was doing as he entered the scene. Marcum smashed a window and Buckland rushed into the dark smoke filled home. Buckland felt around seeking anyone who needed to be saved discovering the trapped furry kitty who needed resuscitation. Firefighters arrived on the scene in time for Batman to work with a firefighter bringing the cat back to hissing good health. The cat's family were not home so all who resided in the abode were safe and fortunate to be able to say that their furry family member was saved by true heroes.
Thankfully the world is filled with true superheroes beyond the pages of comic books and movies ready and willing to help save the day. Everyone has their own super powers capable of coming to the rescue of another being. Pay good will forward and never be afraid to dance!
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