A dramatic scene was captured on video as Good Samaritans rushed to help victims of a car crash on a busy North Texas interstate.
The people who were involved in the SUV crash made it out safely, and a big part of the credit goes to all the people who stopped to help.
The accident happened Monday afternoon near mile marker 74 on I-30 near Royse City. The wreck was the result of a blowout on an SUV. Several Good Samaritans played the role of first responders as they rushed to aid the people in the vehicle.
"We noticed that they were having a blowout,” said Krystal Norwood, one of the Good Samaritans. “Once they swerved, they flipped over the rail."
Krystal’s husband, Gregory, also helped the people in the SUV. With the help of other Good Samaritans, he was able to get a woman inside the vehicle out safely.
“I work at the Rockwall County Sheriff’s Department as a detention officer,” said Gregory. “Protect and serve while at work and off duty”
The four people in the SUV received minor injuries and are expected to make a full recovery.