After Little Girl Gets Into Terrible Car Crash, Firefighter Makes Amazing Commitment to Her

After Little Girl Gets Into Terrible Car Crash, Firefighter Makes Amazing Commitment to Her


When first responders get to a scene, they never quite know what they’re going to encounter, which is why they train for all kinds of scenarios.

When emergency response showed up to the scene of an accident in Billings, Montana, at around 8:00 p.m. on Sept. 29, it soon became clear that while there were no catastrophic injuries (thankfully), a different sort of assistance was needed.

The two vehicles involved in the accident were severely damaged, but while everything was being sorted out, 26-year-old firefighter Ryan Benton saw an opportunity to help out one of the littlest people present and plopped down on the curb with a book, reading to a girl who’d been involved in the wreck.

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Bystander Allie Marie Schmalz spotted the firefighter

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