[VIDEO] Not all heroes wear capes and have ‘cool’ powers; sometimes they wear KFC jackets, carrying ‘hot’ deliveries

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A netizen named Manuel O. Santos III shared the story of how a rider of KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) went the extra mile serving people. As usual and what should be, the KFC rider was just on his way for his hot delivery. But then he saw a tricycle with a passenger who was in need of medical attention.

As seen on the video, a heavy traffic was ongoing, which is a nightmare for people in real emergency. So what the anonymous KFC rider did was he went in front of the makeshift convoy to alert the other drivers to make way until the tricycle reached Rizal Medical Center.

And yes, his delivery package was with him the entire time but he did not hesitate to lend a helping hand.

Mr. Santos, who posted the story, couldn’t get the identity of the masked rider but the delivery guy is now going viral on Facebook. The netizens are giving their applause to the man in red.

Let us not also forget to thank Mr. Santos, a radiographer at Victor R. Potenciano Medical Center, who shared the story to us by being the man behind the camera. Not only that, he also unselfishly dedicated some of his time as he accompanied the tricycle and the KFC driver on their way to the hospital.

So, what would you have done if you were in their shoes? Another angle: what would you have felt, if you were the one in an emergency; badly needing assistance?

Sometimes in the course of our job, there just are things more important than work itself.

After their mission, the two shook hands and enjoyed a high five. Definitely Filipino heroes!

The KFC rider (L) and Manuel O. Santos (R), the man behind the camera
A closer look at the anonymous hero

Salute!!! para sa KFC Rider na nakasama ko kanina sa pag escort sa trycicle papuntang hospital… Yan ang tinatawag na….

Posted by Manuel O. Santos III on Thursday, June 1, 2017

Watch the 1st video: 

Posted by Manuel O. Santos III on Thursday, June 1, 2017

video 2:

Posted by Manuel O. Santos III on Thursday, June 1, 2017