Instinctive action of life-saver and hero
MAKE no mistake, when PC Sean Kirk dived into the icy waters of Portbury Dock he was putting his own life at risk. But he saw someone in trouble and instinctively wanted to try to save him.
And but for him that man would surely have drowned that night.
To act as he did took both tremendous courage and humanity.
For he could have easily justified not going into that water and no one would have blamed him.
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The fact that he did makes him a life-saver and a hero.
And it is absolutely right that he should have been honoured for what he did.
For when police officers receive calls directing them to places in the dead of night they have no idea what they will face.
They reach a scene and have, as in this case, only seconds to assess the situation and then to act.
Imagine for one moment being in PC Kirk's position that night. How many of us would have shown such bravery?
Probably very few of us. And that is what sets PC Kirk apart.
And a very good reason why we should never take people like him for granted.