10-Year-Old Invents A Device That Will Save Lives

  • A 10-year-old has created a device that will prevent deaths from kids who get locked and overheat in cars. The gadget is called the Oasis and after it gets to a certain level, the device emits cool air and alerts the parents and the police by an antenna. So far, the device has received over $25-thousand on a fundraising website and he hopes to start production on the gadget soon.
 
  • After saving a girl from drowning years ago, a downstate police officer got to see the girl he saved graduate from high school. The officer saved the girl when she was 11 after she fell into the water. The family stayed in touch with the officer and they wanted him to see the girl graduate from high school. The officer came in his dress uniform and brought the grad flowers to celebrate. 
 
  • A stuffed animal saved a two-year-old from getting too hurt after he fell out of a second story window. The kid and his older sister were playing when he fell, but thankfully he was holding onto a two-foot stuffed animal, which helped break his fall. After being observed at the hospital, he’s done just fine. 
  • A University of Tennessee student found out how amazing one of her professors was after she had to miss class because there was no one to watch her child. Her professor in the family studies department said the next time it happened, to just bring her child to class, even offering to hold kid the mom could pay attention to the lecture. This professor definitely deserves an A+ in kindness. 
 
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