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When bad things happen, good people step into action. A small child fell out of a seventh story window in Russia, and was rescued by people who were able to climb through nearby windows and get close to the child. Another good person saw someone stuck under a taxi in London and was able to gather a crowd to lift the vehicle off of the woman. Both the child and the woman received only minor injuries.

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