on 28-05-2018 15:34
His name is Mamoudou Gassama. A Malian migrant living in Paris. I'm sure he wasn't looking for any reward, or had any thought for his own safety when he did this. I'm glad the French government has chosen to recognise his bravery.
on 28-05-2018 15:45
Hero's don't think about themselfs, they just do. It's sad most people just do nothing. I guess this man thinks it's a matter of course (as it should be).
(my job see's much lack of moral courage every day :/)
Glad he got the reward he deserves. And I'm sure he will become a great firefighter (if he wants to start the career)!
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on 28-05-2018 18:24
on 29-05-2018 00:00
His reward is well deserved and well done to the French government.
As for the father @Cleoriff, what I think of him cannot be written in the community as it'd be bleeped out for bad language. If it hadn't been for this amazing stranger, the father would no longer have a child. With a bit of luck, he will no longer have custody of this child. He doesn't deserve it.