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