These Two Models Saved Six Teens After Seeing Them Fall Through Ice
They just happened to be in Central Park at the time.
Two models happened to be in Central Park, New York, on Monday night minding their own business, when they saw a group of kids dancing on top of an icy pond.
Only within moments the ice was cracking, and the kids were plummeting into the freezing cold water right in front of their very eyes.
So what do Bennett Jonas and Ethan Turmbull do? They rush straight over and jump right in to rescue them. Yep, just like in the movies.
"I look over, I saw six heads just trying to get to the shore. The back one was probably a good 20 yards from dry land,” Bennett told NBC.
He managed to help all six kids to shore, despite one of them being described as a ‘limp body’ by the time he reached them, while Ethan dragged them out of the water to assess the damage.
All six teens were safe by the time the fire department and ambulances arrived, as Bennett and Ethan took the moment to reflect on what life throws you.
"I feel humbled and grateful that God called me to be there tonight," Bennett wrote. "I'm still shaking and am completely shook by what I experienced, but I'm alive and so are 6 other kids who got very lucky tonight."
Ethan added: "Right place, right time. Fortunate enough to have been in the position to help multiple younger generation New Yorkers today. With out the help of my buddy [Bennett] the outcome of this event would have been much different."
Oh and yes, they are both very attractive.
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