A motorcyclist who was trapped under a burning car earlier this week was saved by a group of good Samaritans. On Fox News Thursday, Brandon Wright spoke out from his hospital bed about the ordeal and the men who rescued him.
According to Wright's recollection of the fiery crash, he swerved to avoid hitting a car but knew it was too late.
Fox News Insider adds:
From that point, he says he blacked out, then came-to for five seconds while he was trapped under the burning car. He blacked out again and woke up to a man in a green shirt kneeling over him, speaking to him and trying to keep him awake. Without that man, Wright says he doesn’t know if he would have hung in there.
He suffered a broken tibia, fibula, pelvis, some vertebrae, burns to his right leg and “some gnarly road rash.” He said he could not be more grateful for the heroic actions of the people who saved him.
Watch the truly dramatic footage of Wright's limp body being dragged from under the burning wreckage and his interview while miraculously recovering in the hospital: