An 88-year-old guard notices a car speeding near children and runs for help… sacrificing his life…

“He died so that other people could live.”

Speeding cars are always a danger to the safety of students at schools near the road. Christ, The King Catholic School in Kansan City takes care of this problem by hiring a crossing guard to watch the kids as they cross the street right outside the school.

When the school hired Bob Nill, an 88-year-old man who loved his job and the kids very much, they chose the best person for the job.
He did everything he could to make sure the kids were safe. He didn’t think twice about putting his life in danger to protect two kids crossing the street from a fast-moving car, even if it meant he would die.

After helping two students cross the street, Mr. Bob died. A sedan was going too fast and almost hit the kids if good old Bob hadn’t gotten in the way.

Even though it was only a few days after Valentine’s Day, people in the Kansas town where the school was located are still sad.
After getting hit by the black sedan, Bob got hurt. After the accident, he was taken to a nearby hospital, where he died. The driver of the sedan was also taken to the hospital because he was hurt.

Bob was recognized as a hero by the school for his deed of goodness and bravery in protecting the kids.
The man, who spent half a decade working for the school, has always been regarded as a friendly and caring person. He was always willing to help and committed to ensuring the children’s safety as they crossed the street.

Two boys, ages 7 and 11, might not be here today if it weren’t for his daring and his good nature. Everyone is appreciative of Bob’s courage and selflessness, but they are also sorry about his passing.

“He sacrificed his life to allow others to live. He made the ultimate sacrifice while saving two little boys, according to principal Cathy Fithian in an interview with USA Today. We’re just so thankful that, despite how awful it was, it didn’t turn out worse because of his unselfish deed.

The woman who was operating the sedan remained on the scene, according to Principal Fithian.
Bob called at the children to turn around as they were about to enter the crossing. In an attempt to stop the sedan, he held up a stop sign, but was struck by the swift vehicle.

Firefighters and police arrived to the site quickly, but Bob’s wounds were too severe for them to treat. While he was in the hospital, he passed away.

Principal Fithian had only wonderful things to say about the man who gave his life so that the kids could live.

She described Bob as a selfless person who loved his work and who is a guardian angel. Because he loved the kids so much, he didn’t hesitate to put their safety first.

Watch the video below to learn more about this touching story.

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