You may remember that a couple of days ago, a New Mexico man saved a 6-year-old girl from a kidnapper, who was subsequently caught by police. I said at the time he'd always be a hero to that girl and her family. Seems a lot of people think likewise.
A heroic New Mexico man who bravely rescued a 6-year-old girl from the clutches of a kidnapper is proof no good deed goes unnoticed.
Cops and reporters are being bombarded with requests from people who want Antonio Diaz Chacon's address so they can send him gift cards and cash, The Associated Press reported.
Diaz Chacon, 24, who has two daughters of his own, a 7-year-old and a 5-month-old, is fielding requests from people who want to donate to a college savings fund for his girls - something that doesn't even exist.
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The victim's father told The Associated Press that Diaz Chacon's actions proved good people still exist.
"He said that he feels very lucky and thanks God a lot - and that man," the girl's older sister said, translating for their father.
"He's just really happy that he got my sister back."
There's more at the link, including a picture of Mr. Chacon. Well done, Sir!