One Man’s Dying Act of Selflessness

Nov 17, 2015 at 6:00 pm |
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“We live by the bike. We ride hard […] We own the streets. We are the streets,” said Al Lopez, owner of the Cannonball Couriers bike messenger company. This creed perfectly explained the life of David Rodebaugh, a young and dedicated bicyclist living in Brooklyn who died last summer.

Through his death, however, David would give several strangers a second chance at life.

Start the slideshow below to learn about the horribly injured fireman whose life would be forever changed through David’s death.

He was faceless for 14 years. This is his incredible story.

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