It wasn’t all bad
▪ Gareth Clark always seems to be in the right place at the right time. The army veteran from northern England has saved the lives of four people in the past two years. He resuscitated a heart attack victim at a gas station, and stopped a suicidal woman from jumping from an overpass. He also saved two drowning people from the same spot at a local river. Clark, 36, says he is happy to be of service: “I just don’t think you should look the other way when someone needs help.”
▪ One little piggy will live to see another day, thanks to the generos-ity of a Pennsylvania community. Six-week-old Enzo had fallen off a livestock truck in Lancaster and was dodging traffic when Francesca McAndrews, 27, spotted the piglet and rushed into the road to save the animal. McAndrews soon discovered that Enzo needed at least $600 worth of surgery to fix a hernia the porker had developed in the fall. To help cover the cost, one local business hosted a “Swine & Wine” event; an online fundraiser raised another $1,650. “She’s growing really fast,” says McAndrews, who will take Enzo home after the piglet recovers from surgery.