Baseball Team Saves Girl Pinned Under Car
High school baseball players are being hailed as heroes
Members of a high school baseball team are being hailed as heroes after saving a teenage girl's life.
The Valley High School baseball team in Sacramento, Calif. ran from their field toward one mother's screams for help. She had hit a car in front of her, panicked and reversed, accidentally backing over her own daughter and pinning the teen under the vehicle.
The baseball team acted fast, lifting the car and helping the girl get out.
"It took 7 to 10 people," Valley High junior Glenmil Biete told ABC News 10. "We all ran over, carried the car. Then we had one person pull her out."
The girl was rushed to the hospital. Her injuries were not considered serious.
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