Bystanders Lift Burning Car to Save Utah Motorcyclist (Video)
Have you seen this video yet?
Local bystanders in Logan, Utah lifted a burning car off of motorcyclist Brandon Wright on Monday to save his life.
Wright was trapped underneath the car and unconscious before he was rescued by the local heroes.
On Tuesday Wright said says he was grateful for the help of strangers who lifted the vehicle to rescue him.
From the video:
Bystanders rush to drag a young biker out from under a burning car in Logan, Utah, Monday, Sept. 13, 2011.
A motorcyclist who was pinned under a burning car after a collision says he’s grateful for the help of strangers who lifted the vehicle to rescue him.
Brandon Wright on Tuesday told The Associated Press his life was saved by the actions of bystanders.
Authorities say the accident Monday near the Utah State University campus in Logan happened when the 21-year-old Wright collided with a car pulling out from a parking lot.
The bike and car burst into flames and Wright was trapped underneath. A camera nearby captured a group of people tilting the car up to pull Wright to safety. Logan police are heralding the group as heroes.
Wright was taken to the hospital in critical condition. The driver of the BMW had minor injuries.
What an amazing story.