Incredible video caught one good Samaritan this past Tuesday pulling North Texas man out from his crashed pickup truck just before it was consumed by flames. After the rescue, the good Samaritan directed traffic around the accident until help came. What makes the rescue even more astounding is that the good Samaritan, Brad Luddeke, did it all this while wearing a Santa Claus costume on his way to deliver gifts to needy children. If that wasn't incredible enough, WFAA reports on the heart warming coincidence, that some may call a sign of faith, behind the amazing video:
As WFAA reports, the rescuer Brad Luddeke, had lost his son Jordan in a car crash seven years earlier. The man he saved, Michael Walker, is father to Amber Walker who had been a close friend to Jordan.
"It was unbelievable. It was unreal. I think my son had a hand in it," Luddeke told WFAA.
"Any time you think of him, you just want to smile, because he was genuinely an awesome person," Amber said of Jordan.
"Honestly, it makes me feel like he's still here... like he's not gone," Amber aid.