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In life-threatening situations, human strength can become absolutely extraordinary.
While I’ve heard a few stories about people lifting cars off of their loved ones, I’ve never been confident that I’d be able to pull that off in a crisis — but I know that I would do anything possible to save my sister’s life. This little boy must feel the same way, because his quick thinking led to his twin brother’s rescue.
Two-year-olds Brock and Bowdy Shoff from Utah were playing when their mom, Kayli, went upstairs for a few minutes. Not long after, the boys began climbing on a dresser, which fell over and pinned Brock to the ground. Kayli didn’t hear the dresser falling or Brock screaming.