A female driver who was involved in an auto accident around 3am Wednesday last month is thankful to be alive when an off duty campus police officer who was off of the clock after he finished his shift at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio Texas.
The name of the female driver was not released to the public. The accident happened when the female driver was on Bandera Road when she lost control of her auto which caused her auto to hit a guardrail and flipped over which started a fire that could have ended her life.
What bothers me is that a couple of eyewitnesses who were in the area of the auto accident decided to use their cameras to record the accident instead of assisting the female driver from getting out of the auto that was starting to get on fire.
However the off duty campus police officer who was in the area of the accident took immediate action since all police officers as well as firefighters are basically on the clock on a 24 hours and seven days a week to deal with emergencies.
The off duty campus police officer then managed to rescue the lady driver by cutting off her seatbelt just in the nick of time when the flames began to burn her feet.
The rescued driver was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries thanks to the rescue efforts of the off duty campus police officer who was at the right place at the right time that fateful night in San Antonio Texas.