A National Guard soldier is being called a hero after he helped a mother carry her baby after they had been stranded in a home for days due a historic snowstorm that dumped inches of snow in North Carolina.
The 27-year-old sergeant was helping emergency responders when they received a call for help.
They arrived at a home where a family and a baby had been stranded for three days without electricity after a tree fell on a power line during the snowstorm.
As he was helping them out of the home, he saw the mother was struggling to carry several items to bring with her to safety. The soldier decided to jump in and carry the baby in a car seat.