Acts of Selflessness keeps us going in our day to day life since we do not only look at ourselves but also the well-being of those around us.
One Remo Douglas of Bristol exhibits the qualities of Douglas died aged 34 trying to save his young family from drowning on a trip to Jamaica.He was a party kind of guy who made a dull room bubbly thanks to many jokes that lighten people's day around him.
Remo managed to save his girlfriend, baby and stepdaughter from a surging river due to heavy rain on 16 December.Conate Douglas said his brother had drowned along with his partner's 11-year-old niece.
Everyone is shocked on learning of Douglas' death.His mum says that it was on the same morning that his dad talked to him that he died trying to save his niece."He tried to save her but the water just washed them away," she said. "When I heard about what happened, I ran up and down and said 'it's a lie, it's not happening'.
The Douglas family has said they plan to have his funeral in Jamaica and a friend, Lauroy Allen, has set up a fundraiser to help the family with costs.
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