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Latest Youtube hit: biker rescues calf

"[This video] restores my faith in humanity and gives me hope that human compassion still exists!". Hundreds of similar comments were posted only minutes after a video of a biker who saves a cow appeared on News24.

The biker, Johan Grey, drives past a canal and spots something in the water. He then immediately makes a u-turn and discovers the deserted calf in the water. He then constructs a master plan to save the calf and pull it out of the water.

Drive South Africa says: Give that man a Bells!

Cheréne Pienaar

Cheréne Pienaar Title: Blog Contributor
Affiliation: Drive South Africa Blog

Born and bred in Bloemfontein, this Free state gal is an obsessive reader and hiker and loves discovering... all the time. As an e-marketing assistant and copywriter she believes social media is the future and plans to conquer Africa one word at a time.

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  1. Gravatar Janes says:

    What if mom is on the other side :)

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  2. Gravatar cherene-pienaar says:

    Hi Janes, how fantastic would it be to have them reunited!

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  3. Gravatar Anna Louise Tomson says:

    That is so sweet. I rescued a little lamb once in Iceland, stuck in a fence, but do not have it on tape ;)

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  4. Gravatar cherene-pienaar says:

    Sweet indeed! It’s moments like that that you wish you had a camera! Thanks for your comment :)

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