- Bridger, 6, put himself between his little sister and a charging dog, protecting her from the attack.
- The little hero sustained multiple injuries to the face and the head from the incident and required 90 stitches to fix the damage.
- Onscreen superheroes, including Captain America, The Hulk, and Captain Marvel, are sending personal messages to the little boy and his family, telling him about how hero-like his actions were.
Marvel Superheroes and other onscreen superheroes are praising a real-life hero who protected his little sister from a German Shepherd. The hero’s name is Bridger and he is six years old.
Bridger needed immediate medical attention for multiple injuries to the face and the head, requiring 90 stitches to fix the damage, but the little boy saved his sister.
Chris Evans a.k.a. Captain America dedicated a video message for the little hero. “Pal, you’re a hero, what you did was so brave, so selfless — your sister is so lucky to have you as a big brother. Your parents must be so proud of you,” he said.
Captain America promised to send something—something to honor the little boy’s actions that day. He sent an official Captain America shield.
“Keep being the man you are, we need people like you,” he continued. “Hang in there, I know recovery might be tough, but based on what I’ve seen, I don’t think there’s much that can slow you down.”
Nicole Walker shared the video sent to her nephew, with another one that showed how the little hero reacted to the message from the onscreen superhero. She explained in detail in an earlier post how her nephew saved his sister’s life, in an incident with a charging dog. Bridger stood “between her and a charging dog,” and said that “If someone had to die, I thought it should be me.”
Mark Ruffalo a.k.a. The Hulk was also one of the onscreen superheroes from the marvel universe that replied to the original post about the boy who rescued his little sister. He said that these actions that saved another person proved him to be, “more of man than many, many I have seen or known.”
More onscreen superheroes sent messages for the little hero, including Firestorm, Captain Marvel, and The Flash.
Source: Tank’s Good News