These Heroes Didn’t Want Credit Because They Were Just Doing What’s Right

A Group Of Good Samaritans In Times Square


When US Navy veteran Richard Rojas, 26, smashed his maroon vehicle into unsuspecting pedestrians in New York’s Times Square, it wasn’t just a single person who jumped into action and then denied hero status. After killing one bystander and injuring 22 others, Rojas attempted to stumble out of his vehicle and make a getaway. Instead, a large group of people pinned the man to the ground until police arrived. After his arrest, the group simply dispersed with nobody attempting to claim credit for capturing the crazed lunatic.