He saved a few lives before the arrival of doctors.
A homeless man named Steve after the explosion at the stadium in Manchester rushed to help the victims. He began to help the children to pull the pieces and rendered all possible assistance to the injured until medics arrive.
As stated later, the first edition of the Com Plex, it triggered some instinct, and he could see the injured children.
Just because I’m homeless doesn’t mean I have no heart, and I’m not.
“They needed help, I’d like to think that someone will come to help me, if need be,” says Steve.
About the noble act of a homeless man found out the owner of the football team “West ham United” David Sullivan and his eldest son, Dave, who called on all concerned to raise money for rent, for Steve at least six months so he could get on with my life.
The official website of “West ham United” States that the father and the son Sullivan was touched by the act, “homeless hero”. Thus in the message it is noted that he was one of the hundreds of people who rushed to help the victims, forgetting about their own safety.
Dave Sullivan, collaborating with various charities, wanted to help Steve with the housing and urged to donate money also for clothes, food and other necessities. According to Sullivan, the homeless “deserve a chance to get a job and start a new life.”
To rent an apartment and on life to Steve for six months is necessary to collect 25 thousand pounds, but concerned citizens have listed almost 23 thousand of them. Donating money, residents of the UK they write that the act of the Steve returned, many of them faith in people.
Recall, may 23, at the stadium in Manchester during a concert explosion, during which 22 people are killed and more than 60 were injured.
Among the dead were many young people and children. After the terrorist attack in the country announced the maximum level of threat, although the locals tried not to lose heart even in this situation.
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