LONG BEACH, Miss. (WLOX) - A Long Beach mother is crediting a pair of “angels” for helping her and her son after a car crash last week.
That crash happened near the intersection of 28th Street and Klondyke Road in Long Beach on Thursday. Tina Bradley says a man and a woman quickly came to their rescue after the accident, comforting her and her son, who has autism.
She says the man was an off duty EMT and the woman was a school teacher.
“That day they were the good, they were the people that helped us. I said they were like angels. They were to help and then gone the next minute. and now I want to find them, I want to find my angels," she said.
Now, she wants to find them and thank them. She made a post on Facebook that’s received dozens of shares. And already, she’s been able to find the off duty EMT who helped.
“The gentleman said hey, I saw your post, and he said he’s not a hero, which to me he is. He said he didn’t want any recognition but he will certainly take a hug," said Bradley.
But she’s still searching for the woman.
“I’ll never forget her face, or her kindness and that she has genuinely made an impact in my life, and I think it’s important for people to know that you have made an impact in someone’s life and I can’t thank her enough," said Bradley.
Bradley says she’s forever indebted to the both of them.
“I owe both of them so much," said Bradley. "I was so scared and to have somebody comfort my son, who was in complete shock, it just means everything. It means so much. People like them are so important to have in the world. People with compassion and kindness are so important and I just want them to know how much they mean to me.”
If you are the person who helped, or know who it might be, you can contact Bradley on her Facebook page.