Heroic Stranger Pulls Driver From Flaming Car
A Missouri man has been commended multiple times for his courage after rescuing a man from a burning vehicle.
In St. Louis, Antonio Morgan, was driving when he saw 23-year-old Keilen Robinson crash into the cement median on I-70. The vehicle caught fire, and Keilen was still inside. Antonio sprung into action
"I had to get him out," Antonio said in an interview with Fox News. In the video, which was captured by Antonio's 14-year-old son, showed as Antonio tried multiple times to get Keilen out of the car, but he was caught by his own seatbelt.
The flames got worse as one other samaritan who stopped was telling him to get out of the car before it blew, but he didn't give up.
Just as he pulled Keilen out of the vehicle, the tires popped because of the heat.
Antonio was sure to criticize the onlooking, able-bodied adults who just recorded the rescue instead of getting involved.
All that putting up a phone and not stopping and helping, that’s enough of that. Put the phones down, and let’s get into this action.
Read more at the NY Post.