It was another regular working day for Sidhu Humanabade, a delivery boy working for Swiggy in Mumbai, when he saw smoke coming out and people screaming for help from ESIC Kamgar hospital in Marol, a locality in Andheri (East). Wasting no time, he joined the rescue operation immediately and managed to save 10 people. While the fire brigade was already evacuating people, many were still stuck in the building. Sidhu began to climb the ladder before he realized that a glass facade separated him from those in the hospital building. He had to use stones to break the glass facade in order to reach the people. Completely disregarding his own safety, he worked along with the firefighters and rescued ten lives. Later he was taken to a nearby hospital and was given immediate medical attention since he began to show signs of discomfort and chest pain. According to the doctors, he is doing fine and is out of danger. We respect this young man’s bravery who risked his life to save other people.