Good Samaritan Saves Two From Burning Car- August 26, 2016
The California Highway Patrol reported an accident last Thursday that involved two people trapped in a burning car. It was on Highway 16 at Eagles Next Road and Jackson Highway in Sacramento County. CHP reported two vehicles crashed, a Honda and another type of sedan, when one of the drivers ran a stop sign. The sedan was thrown from the roadway by the impact of the crash and burst into flames. The Honda driver then jumped from his car and rushed to save the two burning people inside after first moving his own mother from harm’s way. The good Samaritan had also, according to his sister, saved another woman from a car accident earlier this year. CHP is still investigating the exact cause of the accident.