Good News: Prom Dates, Duct Tape, and Heroic Cops

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

1.  A cop in Georgia pulled a woman from a burning car on Saturday, and his chest-cam got it on video.  She was still buckled in, and he had to break her window with his baton.  (Here’s the full video.)

2.  This happened back in the spring, but Fox News just did a big story:  Two kids in Tennessee named Tatum Kelly and Leighton Long recently went to prom together . . . 17 years after they were neighbors in the NICU as babies.

Leighton was 12 weeks premature, and weighed 2 pound 10 ounces.  Tatum came 16 weeks early, and only weighed 1 pound 7 ounces, but they both survived.  Their moms stayed in touch, so they’ve been friends all these years.

3.  And speaking of proms:  Duck Brand duct tape did its annual contest again where high schoolers make their entire prom dress or tux out of duct tape.

They just announced the finalists, and you can vote online.  All ten of them are VERY impressive this year.  The best dress and tux will each get a $10,000 prize.  Runners-up get a $500 scholarship.