They say that becoming a hero can be one of the most pleasant sensations that someone could feel. However, for Robsom dos Santos being one became a bittersweet moment , when after literally saving the life of a person who suffered a car accident, He arrived at his job and was told that he was fired for being late , reports Globo.
Robsom has 35 years living on the coast of Sao Paulo, Brazil and on the way to work he saw the exact moment when a car lost its retain a watch on and fell from the road into a ditch. “He turned around five, six times, right on the track” recalls the man.
Attain Santos changed course even though he was already a little late for work, but that didn't matter to him. He went down to the ditch, entered the forest and saw the car submerged in the water and how the driver still did not get out.
As he approached the car, he shouted to see if the driver was listening to him and after a long moment he replied “I'm here alone!” . Robsom asked him to remove his seat belt so he could start turning the car that was with the roof towards the pit . Fortunately, other two men approached the place to help in the rescue.
Between the three they overturned the car and the driver was practically unharmed. Together they waited for emergencies to arrive to transfer him to the health facility, only at that moment, Robsom headed back to work, where his boss would be waiting for him to fire him.
The man of 35 years in a way he expected it, previously he had had a significant delay and being under probation they could not accept another fault. Although he tried to explain the situation, he was not given another chance.
“I did the right thing. He was in the right place at the right time, even a late hour. I put myself in his place. ”
– Robsom attain Santos to Globo –
Being the father of two children, he imagined that perhaps the driver of that vehicle would have a family, so he has no doubt that he would do it again If necessary. With this, Robsom shows that values come before anything else and human life cannot be compared to a job.