A family is searching for the man who brought their daughter to the hospital after being thrown from a calf.

The story from KOSA-TV says Brikayli Kenny was at the rodeo arena when she was bucked off a calf she was riding. She knew something wasn't right, and her mom says she became lethargic and lost all color to her face.

The report says her mother Kathryn Kenny got her daughter in the car and rushed her to the hospital. While crossing the street without warning her daughter collapsed and she was not able to pick her up.

Then seemingly out of nowhere, a man picked up the daughter and rushed her to the emergency room.

It turns out Brikayli's spleen had ruptured and she was bleeding internally; she needed a doctor immediately. The family credits the man for saving her life.

But through the commotion, the man left as quickly as he appeared. The Kenny family is grateful and call him her guardian angel. They hope to find him and thank him properly.

Brikayli is on bed rest for two months and is expected to make a full recovery.

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Posted by CBS7 News / KOSA-TV on Tuesday, June 2, 2015