ByJancy Richardson, writer at
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Jancy Richardson

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.

Renning had hidden Superman-style strength
Renning had hidden Superman-style strength

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.
The car door that Renning bent in half
The car door that Renning bent in half

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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