Police to honor good Samaritans who jumped in to help woman in overturned SUV

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado -- A group of people who witnessed a car crash quickly jumped in to help after they realized a woman was trapped in an overturned SUV.

Police say a 28-year-old woman was speeding and driving drunk. They say she was swerving when she struck the curb, rolled over and crashed into a parked pickup truck.

At the sight, Rick Hall said he knew it was an accident he had to help with. He did just that.

Hall and a handful of people helped push the woman's SUV back upright.

"It's nice that a community even in strangers can come together and work as a team to be able to help in situations like this," Hall told KOAA.

Colorado police say the six good Samaritans who jumped in to action will be honored.