Being sister and brother means being there for each other.
Siblings are friends who are the closest to each other and their friendship lasts forever.
It was a breaking news. The bravest thing to do for little boy and girl for their baby brother.
When 10-year-old Brenden, 8-year-old Delicia, and their 22-month-old toddler brother Owen Wright were playing at the recreation center close to their babysitter’s home, it happened.
A kidnapper grabbed their little brother Owen and ran away. Security cameras got the entire scene.
However, Owen’s brother and sister did not let it happen.
Bystanders heard Delicia’s shouts and two teenagers joined the chase. The kidnapper did not know what to do so he left Owen in a parking lot and kept running off.
“I told that little girl, I said, ‘Honey, you did exactly what you needed to do — scream your head off.’ That’s what saved that baby. Her screaming and us running.” said witness Dorothy Giddings.
After the story was broadcasted, a stranger was so inspired with Delicia and Brenden’s love for their brother, they reached the local news. They stayed anonymous and granted $100 to each of them.
The kids were so excited but not as happy as their dad, who knows he might have lost his youngest.
“The biggest thing is my family is nice and safe and if it wasn’t for my two superheroes right here and the other two boys, I would probably never see my son again. How precious for your kids to do the right things on everyday basis especially the love that they have for their little siblings,” said Michael Wright, the father of three kids.
These little heroes are one of the bravest people I have ever heard of. They are worthy to be called as “Superhero.”
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