A group of Good Samaritans risked their lives last Monday by dragging a woman out of a burning car in the middle of a highway. The woman, later identified as Susan Dennis, 56, crashed her car into the median, overturning it and ejecting a flaming fireball, and a passerby stepped into action, dragging her out of the car and killing her. saved my life. Here’s what happened. According to eyewitness testimony and pictures of the scene of the accident.
Dennis was driving his 2022 Jeep Liberty on the Long Island Freeway just after 12:00 p.m. when the car hit the median, flipped over and burst into flames. daily mail report. A group of passersby stopped for help, leaving the car in the middle of the busy highway.
The men pulled Dennis out of the car, which was literally on fire. The group worked to put out the flames using jugs of water. Their fearless first aid saved Dennis until the emergency services arrived. A video of the incident was captured by Todd Miranda who posted it online. “Here’s how my day started driving the Westbound in his LIE. [Long Island Expressway] before leaving,” he wrote.
Miranda applauded the men who saved Denise’s life and pointed out how dangerous their good deeds were. I risked my life to extract the , and saved her life,” he wrote.
Miranda says she never drove without a fire extinguisher in her car after the incident. I thought I could help.I immediately went to the store and bought two so it will never happen again,” he said.
Online commenters were filled with praise for the Good Samaritan. “Very scary. Thank God and bless the brave man who was brave and saved this man,” another person wrote. was surprised by the men who stood up and helped her.”