In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Buffalo, New York, bus driver talks a woman off a bridge. CNN's Pamela Brown reports.
Surveillance video shows a woman who appears to be on the brink of suicide standing outside the railing on a narrow ledge over a highway when bus driver Darnell Barton pulled his bus full of passengers over and attempted to communicate with the woman.
When she didn't respond, he walked over and put his arm around her, gently coaxing the woman off the bridge and helping her to safety.
When Barton returned to his bus, a well deserved round of applause erupted.
He says he believes he was driving by at that moment for a reason.
"I feel like I did what I was supposed to do at the time. I'm a football guy so when you sit the bench and the coach calls your number, you gotta go in there, make a play, do what the play calls for, and I think that's what I did."