OK, so I'm quite a wuss, but I know that if I saw a burning car and a person screaming for help, I would probably just sit on the floor and cry. But then, we never know how we're gonna react...
Case in point, a regular guy in Minnesota just became a Superman - and he never even knew how.
Minnesota Star Tribune reports that Bob Renning, a 52-year-old National Guard member, saved a man from an burning car on the I-35W - but that's not the most amazing part.
Police Officer Zachary Hill took a look at the car door Renning pulled the crash victim through:
He bent the door in half. I don’t think I could take a crowbar and fold the door like he did.
Uh, did you get that? HE BENT A CAR DOOR IN HALF. With his bare hands.
Hill called Renning's deed an act of 'superhuman strength.'
And Renning himself? Well, he's a pretty modest guy. When asked how he bent a freaking car door in half, he just said, 'I don’t know. I have no clue.'
I think I have an idea: Renning's home planet was destroyed and he came to Earth to save us.
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