SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – A Good Samaritan rushed to a burning car on Highway 101 in San Jose early Sunday, pulling the driver from the fiery wreckage.
The California Highway Patrol said the crash took place at around 1 a.m. on northbound 101 near McKee Road. A car swerved across several lanes before flipping over and catching on fire.READ MORE: Newsom Unveils State's COVID Recovery Plan; $75B Budget Surplus To Provide For Direct Payments
A Good Samaritan named Abner arrived on the scene and quickly rushed to the burning vehicle to help the driver who was in the vehicle alone.READ MORE: Asian American Attacks: San Francisco Police Investigate Two Separate Assaults on Asian Victims in Tenderloin
“There is something in your heart that makes you run and help others,” he told KPIX 5.
CHP Sgt. Daniel Hill said the driver has been taken into custody in suspicious of driving under the influence.MORE NEWS: CHP Seeks Driverless Tesla With Man Riding In Back Seat Along Bay Area Roads
No serious injuries were reported in the crash.