Construction worker Colin Blevin almost missed work on Monday because his hip pain was bothering him, but it's a good thing he didn't because he wound up saving a toddler's life.
The 44-year-old from San Jose arrived at his construction site at 7a.m., where he found a Honda Accord blocking the entrance. When he asked the driver to move the vehicle, Blevin noticed there was a baby in the back seat.
Something stuck out about the man and the baby in Blevin's mind, so he kept an eye on the pair as he was locking up the job site's gate. His suspicion paid off, because he saw the man allegedly break into a nearby car.
Before Blevin could intervene, a woman living in a trailer nearby approached him with shocking news. The driver had approached her before Blevin arrived and asked her to take the baby from him. "Help me save this baby," she asked Blevin.
The unlikely hero didn't realize it, but his intuition had lead him into a very dangerous situation.
Read how Blevin rescued the baby on the next page!