The lollipop lady who dived in front a car to push a group of children to safety insisted she was not brave and was just acting in instinct to do her job.
Describing the horrifying incident in which a 61-year-old driver lost control of his car, Karin Williams said:
I don't remember pushing the children away. I just remember standing on the pavement with the children around me waiting to cross, and the next thing I knew I was on the ground with a paramedic leaning over me telling me not to move. I wasn't in pain. I was in shock.
I'm not brave. I did my job. It was pure instinct.
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