Agnostic Front’s Vinnie Stigma Saves Child from Getting Struck by Car

by | May 8, 2012

Agnostic Front guitarist Vinnie Stigma saved a child from getting struck by a car in Melbourne, Australia today.

“A small child broke away from his mother’s hand and ran into the street,” the band commented. “Stigma ran out into the street, [grabbed] the kid just before a speeding car struck him. Stigma jumped away from car with the kid in his arm, the car clipped his foot!”

No severe injuries were reported. Stigma suffered a bruised ankle.

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