The next time you get annoyed waiting for your cable guy to show up, think about this. He might be out SAVING PEOPLE'S LIVES.
Last month, a 53-year-old Comcast technician in Capitola, California named Vincent Ceniseroz was on his way to a customer's house, and called to get directions. Which is when he noticed the man having trouble speaking.
Then he got there and talked to a neighbor, who told him the man was diabetic and might be in the middle of an ATTACK. So they gave the guy some orange juice and called 911, and he credited them with saving his LIFE. But Vincent wasn't done yet.
Less than a week later, he was on his way to another job when he saw a car fly off a CLIFF. And Vincent knew there wasn't cell reception where he was, so he flagged down a guy on a motorcycle and told him to drive to the top of nearby hill and call 911.
Meanwhile, Vincent climbed about 150 feet down the cliff, negotiated his way through a bunch of poison oak, and found a 23-year-old woman behind the wheel in SHOCK.
In the end, she had a head injury but she was okay. And the area was so remote that if Vincent hadn't seen the crash happen, she probably would have been there for HOURS before someone noticed.