A good Samaritan in Texas is being hailed as an “angel” after she pulled a paralyzed man out a car before the vehicle burst into flames on a street in Dallas.
Here’s What Happened
This is a heartwarming and heroic story of a good Samaritan’s quick action in Texas to save a paralyzed man from a burning car.
Dennis Brown, who is paralyzed from the waist down, was driving a rental car equipped with hand controls when he realized something was wrong with the vehicle, and it caught fire.
The spreading flames caused him to panic as he tried to get his wheelchair out of the car.
An unknown woman arrived at the scene and immediately sprang into action. She stopped trying to assemble the wheelchair and instead pulled Dennis Brown out of the car to safety.
Firefighters were shown in video footage working to extinguish the flames that had engulfed the car in the middle of the street.
Dennis Brown’s mother, Julia, expressed her gratitude to the good Samaritan, emphasizing that if she hadn’t acted quickly, her son might have perished in the burning car. She referred to the woman as Dennis’s “angel.”
Dennis Brown also expressed his appreciation for the heroic act and his desire to thank the woman in person.
This story serves as a reminder of the kindness and courage of individuals who step in to help others in times of need, and it highlights the power of compassion and quick thinking in potentially life-threatening situations.
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