Mothers are the pillars of our families. They do everything that they can to ensure that their children are safe and sound. They would even go the extra mile and risk their lives just to save them. A short clip of a mother that saved her son from a stack of falling bricks has been circulating around the internet.
It seems as though the mother and child were sitting in front of the large stack of bricks and had their backs turned to it. Luckily the mother noticed that the bricks at the top of the stack were about to fall. She then went close to her son and covered him using her body.
Both of them were lucky to have survived that tragic mishap. However the mother might have suffered a few scratches and minor bruises.
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