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A GM worker's quick actions probably saved the life of a woman who was being stabbed outside the Michigan office.

When 32-year-old valet service supervisor Dadarul Sarder saw the attack taking place, he unholstered his gun and told the attacker to drop the knife and stay put until she was arrested.

But instead of hailing Sarder's heroics, company authorities escorted him out and fired him for having a gun on the premises.

Sarder said he had a valid concealed pistol license and was never informed about the no-gun policy.

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (R) said firing him was the wrong move and that he should have been awarded a medal. Thousands of people on Facebook agreed with him.

But good news for Sarder: He got his job back.

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts commended Sarder while announcing the news that his termination was "overruled by higher ups."

"Hero's should be rewarded not terminated," Fouts wrote. "Didarul is a resident of Warren and a resident that we can all be proud of!"


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