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Good Guy of the Day: Firefighter Shows 'Happy Feet' To Young Crash Victim To Calm Him
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A firefighter in Mississippi is being called a hero after using his cell phone to show animated film Happy Feet on the side of the road to a young crash victim.

The crash happened on Saturday in the town of D'lberville when an SUV carrying one adult driver and five children flipped several times. All of them were taken to the hospital with injuries, one child transported while still trapped in a child-restraint seat, the Sun Herald reported.

A photo taken from the crash showed D'Iberville firefighter Casey Lessard playing Happy Feet for one of the children as they lay next to the wreckage.

"The kids … we do whatever we can to calm them down," D'Ibervile Fire Capt. Darren Peterson said. "The video calmed him down instantly."

Journalist John Thomas posted an update to Facebook Tuesday morning saying that the young boy was out of the hospital, but two of the other children were still in critical condition. A GoFundMe page has been set up for the family.

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When Cute Animals Attack of the Day: After five years of being called "Happy Feet" by every slack-jawed tourist, Mike finally snapped.

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Follow Up of the Day: Happy Feet, the wayward penguin that ended up on New Zealand's North Island, was recently released back into the wild after spending two months at Wellington Zoo getting, well, well.

Veterinarians sent the juvenile Emperor Penguin sliding into Southern Ocean waters just north of Campbell Island along with a GPS device to track his journey home.

Sadly,

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Homeward Bound of the Day: After two months of recuperation at Wellington Zoo, Happy Feet, the first Emperor Penguin ever sighted in the wild on New Zealand's North Island, was released back into the waters of the Southern Ocean, 50 miles north of Campbell Island.

Wellington Zoo veterinarian Lisa Argilla sai

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Happy Ending of the Day: "Happy Feet," the first wild penguin ever sighted on New Zealand's North Island, is finally headed home to Antarctica after two months in the care of veterinarians at Wellington Zoo.

"He's brought a lot

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Adorable Animal Being Adorable of the Day: The Cincinnati Zoo's Bird House mascot, Cookie the Little Penguin, enjoys being tickled nearly as much as you'll enjoy watching him being tickled.

(NB: There is a ripped, re-hosted version of this video circulating around Tumblr, but, in the name of giving views where they are due, this is the video owner's original, full-length footage.)

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