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Afghan refugee hailed a “Hero” in Hungary for saving homeless man’s life

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Afghan boy hailed a hero in Hungary

A teenage Afghan refugee was hailed a “Hero” in Hungary for his bravery and on time assistance to save a critically injured homeless man in the capital city of Budapest.

The 16-year-old Aziz was the only person who to act after the man drunken, homeless man was injured when he smashed through a glass door to the soup kitchen, which operates in the basement of a building.

According to the local media reports in Hungary, the man’s artery was cut by the splintering glass who immediately lost a large amount of blood, and among the standers-by, who were clearly shocked by what happened.

Aziz jumped to the man’s help, squeezing his arm with a belt, leaving the eyewitnesses in surprise at the “natural rutine” with which Aziz did what was right.

The man could face certain death had Aziz not been there to help, according to the eyewitnesses.

Aziz has been residing rough in the Hungarian capital Budapest with a Facebook page that reported on the case stated that Aziz’s father was killed and he lost track of his mother and brother on the way to Europe.

In an interview with the news website Index Aziz said “I’m human, he’s also human, he was in troube, I knew what I had to do, I didn’t hesitate for a moment.”

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