Wow.

Three students at University Of Minnesota Duluth have become heroes after a swift rescue Tuesday afternoon.

Here's what happened: three men were driving through Jay Cooke State Park in Duluth when they spotted a deer struggling in the ice from the road. They sprinted into action from there and saved the small doe.

One of the three students posted some videos of the swift rescue on their Facebook page shortly after the incident, writing:

The men in question are Brennon Staves, Jake Gilmer and Reid Saarela.

The boys were flooded with comments on the post, cheering them on and saying how awesome it is that they went to the great lengths they did to save the doe.

I also think this is absolutely amazing! It is great to hear stories like this that restore your faith in humanity. They could have easily driven away or moved on once they spotted the doe, but instead, they went to incredible measures to make sure it was okay.

Way to go boys!