56-year-old David Eubank, an aid-worker and former U.S. special forces soldier was caught on video risking his own life running into ISIS fire in Mosul, Iraq to save a young girl.
According to The Daily Wire, he made the decision after he spotted what appeared to be two live children among a heap of civilians murdered by ISIS snipers.
HERO— Chet Cannon (@Chet_Cannon) June 18, 2017
US Special Forces operator turned aid-worker runs through ISIS gunfire to save child. God bless David Eubank pic.twitter.com/N7gUMryxlN
“There was a woman sprawled on her face. Dead,” Eubank said. “A baby, all shot up. Dead. Near them, two old people. Dead. And then you realize all those lumps of rags were kids. Dead dead dead.”
“I thought, 'If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand,'” he said.
Luckily, cover was being provided by members of the Christian humanitarian group, Free Burma Rangers. The group was founded by Eubank.
Be sure to watch this amazing video and let us know in the comments what you think.