A heroic amazon driver of the moment places herself in front of a raging bull to save the client’s daughter, 19, who was about to be attacked by a bloodthirsty dog.
- An Amazon delivery driver in Las Vegas is seen coming to rescue a woman, Lauren Ray, who was outside her home with a pet when she was attacked by a bull.
- Stephanie Luntz, while delivering the packages, interfered between the dog and the girl
- She gave the little girl a chance to escape while Lontz drove the dog away
An Amazon delivery driver has been hailed as a hero after footage emerged showing her standing between a customer’s daughter and a fierce bull.
Stephanie Luntz was going on vacation around the suburbs of Las Vegas when she saw 19-year-old Lauren Ray screaming as she was being attacked by the animal that was biting her dog.
Lauren was out of her house with her pet, which provoked the enmity of the bull.
Lauren Ray was in the hallway with her mattress, when a pit bill arrived at the scene and attempted to attack her dog.
Lauren was almost helpless when she tried to fend off the animal. Well, passing Amazon driver Stephanie Luntz tried to help push the animal away
Stephanie Luntz can be seen standing between Lauren Ray and the pet as she tries to stop her from attacking Lauren’s dog.
Lontz explained how being an Amazon driver isn’t just about dropping packages with so much happening on a daily basis
Without thinking, Lontz who was making her rounds between dog and teen stepped in, allowing her to escape indoors with her pet.
Dramatic door cam footage shows Lontz interfering with the dog while Lauren picks up her pet in her arms before pushing the bull away in the entrance to her home.
‘Bad dog!’ Luntz’s voice could be heard screaming at the animal.
On Friday, Lorraine’s father Michael thanked Lontz for her courage in the midst of this moment.
Lauren’s father, Michael Ray, went to hug Stephanie for her bravery and help
Lauren and Stephanie can be seen embracing each other in a specially arranged get-together
The screams made me think of my child. I wish someone would jump in and help her only if she was in a similar situation,” Lontz shared. “I wouldn’t even think that it’s maternal, it’s just – it’s the human thing to do.”
I didn’t have enough time to say thank you. I just shook…but I’m not happy that I was able to see you again and that means a lot to me,” Lauren Ray said in a video filmed by Fox 5.
“I wish it was different, you know I wish more people would act and I’m happy to be here to do it,” Luntz said in response.
Lontz also explained how being an Amazon driver isn’t just about dropping packages with a lot going on on a daily basis.
Lauren can be seen running on the balcony holding her pet as Stephanie can be seen in the background dealing with a wild pitbull.
In a list of accomplishments, Lontz said: ”Two days before I was bitten by a dog, two days before that I had rescued a child who was not yet two years old – locked up in a house”.
‘Two days ago I had been bitten by a dog,’ said Lintz, ‘two days before that I had rescued a child who was not yet two years old – locked up in a house.’
I mean, we really go through a lot, and we’re there when other people aren’t around, and sometimes they just don’t get recognized. I have a co-worker who put out a fire that day; It’s just – we’re really there when no one is there sometimes.
Over the weekend, workers for Amazon and local courier company 702 Logistics surprised both Lontz and expressed their appreciation for her actions.
They gave her family four tickets to one of the special Christmas attractions in Las Vegas in town – the Enchanted Christmas at Las Vegas Ball Park.
We saw this video and honestly this was something I hadn’t seen before. A representative from Amazon said: