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When pensioner Ann Timson saw an armed gang attacking a jewellery shop, she set about them with her handbag, foiling the raid and landing the villains behind bars.


Allison made medical history as the first person in Britain to have all her major organs transplanted. And she returns to hospital almost every day... as a doctor.


A wrong turn led off-duty policeman Colin to a burning double-decker bus.


When a fellow passenger jumped into the path of an underground train as it thundered into the station, James Pout risked his own life to haul the man to safety.


Sally-Ann Sutton, 56, had gone for a Christmas Day stroll with her pal Hannah and Hannah's son Bobbi, then one.  Moments later, a Rottweiler began racing towards them


Pensioner Michael was waiting for friends in his local betting shop when the afternoon took a dramatic and violent turn.


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