Sunday, March 22, 2009

Boy with dyslexia saves mother's life

William Finkelstein, 9, saved his mother when she was pulled into the bagel-making machine at her South Carolina bagel shop. William's quick thinking allowed him to stop the machine before his mother was seriously hurt. He says he was just returning the favor: His mom, who also has dyslexia, moved to South Carolina in the hopes that her son would receive a better education. The State (Columbia, S.C.)

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