(NBC)

A group of construction workers, students, and general bystanders stepped in to save the life of an injured motorcyclist caught beneath a fiery car wreck on Monday in Logan, Utah. The video above, courtesy of NBC's Today Show, shows the group band together to lift the burning car and pull the man to safety.

According to reports, the man was identified as 21-year-old Brandon Wright and is in stable condition after undergoing surgery on Monday evening. The driver of the car was not seriously injured in the accident.


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      • 3 Years Ago
      HAHAHAHAHA OHHHHHHHHHHHH MAN I LOVE THEM GUYS
      jaydee0909
      • 3 Years Ago
      Wonderful people !they should all be proud of what they did and I am sure they are for I am proud of them. God Bless
      Fitch's
      • 3 Years Ago
      I am so happy for this outburst of love for fellow man. We need more of these kinds of stories. By the way, Sue, we don't know the details of the accident, so let's not jump to conclusions on whether it was the BMW driver's fault or not. Many motorcycle/car crashes are caused by the motorcyclist.
      kkoloff
      • 3 Years Ago
      This just reaffirms my faith in the good of people!
      • 3 Years Ago
      That just made my day!!!!
      nama holston
      • 3 Years Ago
      People caring about others! God Bless them All!
      • 3 Years Ago
      Perhaps the guy in the suit was the auto driver and he was in shock or perhaps he was recovering from a major surgery. Surely, he had a reason not to help. No one could be that callous.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Absolutely amazing. I can't imagine how much resolve those people must have had, especially those whose hands must have been burned by how close they were to the fire, not to mention how hot the car's exterior must have been! Excellent work to all of you. Because of your bravery, another person will live to see tomorrow.
      Matthew
      • 3 Years Ago
      guy in suit should have got in position to pull out the person out. Not cool. Everyone else, exemplary Americans!
      • 3 Years Ago
      Ok so if you dont hate white people then why would you let them die? That really Doesn't make sense what did white people do to make you not want to help them if they were in need? People are people
      • 3 Years Ago
      Why does something this wonderful lead to every opportunity to polarize. The guy in the suit who didn't do anything - must be a Beemer driver (rich guy) who doesn't want to get his suit mussed. The men may have done the heavy lifting but it was the woman who showed leadership (no feminist polarization here). The cop didn't help at all (after all , he is a Pig). Wouldn't it be nice if we all praised the good, without polarization, and tried to ignore the bad - if there was any? Much appreciation to all involved for saving this man's life.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Jay, sad to say, you are STILL a brother of the entire human race. It's sad to think you walk around with hate in your heart. Guess who's chest is twisted up all the time? RIGHT , yours. Everybody else is going about their business, except those who think as you do. Look around at all the beautiful things you can't even manage to enjoy, 'cause you're always thinking hate , hate, hate, hate , hate. If that were you, I'll bet you wouldn't tell those white people to let you burn, now WOULD YOU?
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