Sandra Ferguson is truly and every day hero! It really took a lot of courage for this young woman to think and act so quickly. 

A hero elementary school worker has saved an 11-year-old girl from a suspected kidnapping attempt after spotting her inside a car with a man she did not recognize.

Sandra Ferguson was heading to work at Sutter Elementary in Antioch, California, on Friday when she saw the terrified pupil in the front seat of a middle-aged man’s car.

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Instinctively Ms Ferguson knew something was wrong and quickly swung her car in front of the man’s vehicle, blocking him in.

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Ms Ferguson ran over to the car and could immediately tell something was wrong, she told ABC 7.

She said: ‘I said, “Sweetheart, is that your dad?” She said, “No he’s a friend.” I said, “No, he’s not your friend!” I told her, “You get out of that truck right now!”

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It was kind of like a superwoman power thing. I can’t believe I did that.’
The teaching assistant got the schoolgirl out of the car and called police, who arrested Santiago Salazar, 51, on suspicion of kidnapping.

Via: Daily Mail

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