AN ex-squaddie has been hailed a superhero for saving four strangers in two years.
Gareth Clark, 36, first leapt into action by helping to resuscitate a heart attack victim in a petrol station.
Last December he grabbed 21-year-old Natasha Wright in a bear hug to stop her jumping from a flyover.
In April he pulled a woman who had been beaten up from the River Derwent in Matlock, Derbys.
And on Sunday the dad of two, from Chesterfield, saved a drowning man at the same spot.
Doorman Gareth, a PT instructor with 27 Regiment for 11 years, said: “I have a habit of being in the right place at the right time. I just don’t think you should look the other way when someone needs help.
“Though I am getting suspicious that things keep happening when I’m around!”
Natasha’s mum Tracy, 43, said: “He’s amazing. He deserves an award.”
Gareth’s mate Matt Blackburn, 35, added: “We say he …