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moosey come to good day. >> we should. >> mr. moosey. thank you, karen hepp. have you heard of this thing called dry january? >> no, what's that? >> dry january. >> you don't drink any alcohol because you've had so much during the holiday season. >> oh, like a cleanse? >> exactly. >> now, this is kind of this way. this newest drink at a florida bar, contains no alcohol. but it could save lives. how it is called angel shot. it is helping women in dangerous situations. it is kind after warning to the bartender. if she orders an angel shot. >> 65:00, a your bartender could be a lifesaver on your next bad date. wait staff across the country are joining in on new trends to help women escape uncomfortable situation. >> this is how it works. there is a restaurant down there, in st. petersberg, posted discreet sign in the women's rest room, with instructions. here's how it works. order an angel shot when you go back to the bar. and then tell the bartender that i need an angel shot. then they will escort you to your car. the bartender will, or the wait staff will. that
moos mr. moosey. >> out of a all the places you could go it ended up there. >> full-time paramedic for the second alarmers rescue squad in willow grove he heard the whole story for the first time at wo work. >> i think it's just really special thing. i think, um, it goes a long way for a little girl to express something that i think a lot of adults take for granted. >> reporter: mr. moosey has burlington-bristol sharing sharing his save from the hazelton department to the penn state police even world series winning manager joe madden of the chicago cubs had his picture taken. >> i was amazed by it. it's not even the fact that it was a complete stranger. the fact that, you know, what turned out to be five-year-old little girl had such a big hea heart. and you know gave such a meaningful gift at that time. i was absolutely taken i was back by it. >> reporter: mckenzie may not understand the impact of her generosity until she gets a little older. for now, though, wants to have the right crayons.
. >> mr. moosey has been sharing his safety at a few places now, from the fire department to pennsylvania state police. even world series winning manager, joe madden, of the chicago cubs had his picture taken. >> i was amazed by it, i mean, not even the fact that it was a complete stranger, the fact, you know, what turned out to be five year old little girl had such a billing heart. and, you know, gave such a meaningful gift at that time i was actually taken back by it. >> mackenzie may not understand the impact of her generosity until she gets a little older. for now though it is all about having the right. "fox 29 news". >>> love that story. officer james says in the best tradition of flat stand lip, he's going to continue to let mr. moosey hang out and help all kind of first responders for another year, before he finally goes home to motorcycle ken zip, loaded down with all kind of souvenirs. >> mr. moosey has had quite the journey but always ends up home he will. time 4:54. straight ahead.
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