Army captain rescues man from fiery car crash
The crash occurred Sunday when a car crossed over the center lane and struck another head-on in a Chatham County, N.C. neighborhood, ABC News reported. Before first responders could arrive, people left their homes to help the victims. One of the good Samaritans was Fort Bragg Army Captain Steve Voglezon. He grabbed a fire extinguisher and ran towards the blazing crash.
Voglezon – who was wearing a Captain America shirt as he rushed to help – used the extinguisher to smash out the back and driver's side windows, allowing him to drag William Thompson out of the fiery wreckage.
"I was just at the right place at the right time," Voglezon told ABC. "People do this every day at the fire department. I wasn't alone out there, there were at least 10 of us in the community working together."
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