Good News: Eclipse Chasers, Good Samaritans, and 2,825 Lunges

Here are a few more Good News stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A 105-year-old eclipse chaser is gearing up to see his 13th next week.  His name is Laverne Biser.  His first eclipse was in Maine in 1963.

He’s traveled the world to see them, but won’t have to go anywhere this time.  He lives in Fort Worth, Texas, so the “path of totality” is going right over his house.

2.  An SUV got T-boned at an intersection in Daytona Beach last Tuesday and flipped on its side, but no one was seriously hurt.

Now footage of it is going viral after nine people rushed in and helped flip it back onto its wheels so the driver could get out.  One of them was a U.S. Army vet named Amy Ridgely.  (Here’s the video.)

3.  A personal trainer raised money for charity and broke two world records by doing lunges across New York City.  He broke the record for most lunges in an hour, 2,825 . . . and “farthest distance traveled by lunge in one hour,” 2.14 miles.  (Here’s a video.)