New York’s Finest: Woman Finds Hot Firefighter Who Rescued Her From Stuck Elevator After TikTok Plea Goes Viral

Recently, a New York City woman was really having a bad day. She was running late for an appointment and then got trapped in an elevator. As any modern-day person would do, she chronicled her experience in the elevator by video-recording.

Luckily, the New York City Fire Department arrived and successfully pried open the door. What was on the other side of the door was New York’s finest.


The tall, dark and handsome firefighter caught the attention of the woman trapped in the elevator, and later she was regretting not making a connection with her chiseled hero. Fortunately, she had the footage of him rescuing her. 

With the intervention of her best friend, the two uploaded a video entitled “NYC FIND THIS MAN FOR MY BESTIE” to TikTok, hoping to connect the modern-day Cinderella to the hunk-a-hunk-a-burnin’ man.


As fate would have it, the firefighter was shown the TikTik video by his sister and by coworkers at the fire station. So he created a TikTok account of his own (@firefighterbliss) and responded with his own post.


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“What’s up guys, my brothers at the firehouse just showed me the video. I read the comments. Thank you so much for all the love. I just wanted to make the video to say I’m glad you’re safe.”


Of course, the Internet plans for the two meet again and for them to fall madly in love. 



The woman responded to the mass search and provided everyone with an update.

“So thank you friends and TikTok and internet for helping me out. It’s been an extremely entertaining journey reading all of your hilarious comments all day. TrueFirefighterBliss I hope you enjoy your new internet popularity and thank you for keeping us safe. Maybe I can buy you a drink sometime for saving my life. It’s the least I can do. TikTok it’s been a journey, I’ll keep you updated.”


Meanwhile, the Internet will be standing by to see if they ever catch that drink together. We will be waiting with bated breath.


Written by Abigale Racine