“It was all over so quickly but it was just three brilliant ideas put together and we saved the kid that way.”
Can’t get enough of these Canadian boys whose quick thinking rescue efforts went viral last week. The five boys snapped into action and worked as a team to save an eight year old boy dangling from a chairlift at Grouse Mountain ski resort in North Vancouver. The boys age 13-14 grabbed a piece of orange netting to form a makeshift catch blanket and told the child to kick off his skis before dropping. The child was uninjured and boys have been rewarded with a free season passes to Grouse. Seriously love these kids. Bravo!