Good Samaritans Save Sisters from Burning Car After Crash in Milford, Connecticut

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WTNH News8’s Bob Wilson reports on crash with fire and rescue by Good Samaritans at Route 15/I-95 Exit 2A

Milford, Connecticut firefighter/paramedics responded about midnight Saturday/Sunday May 21, 2016 to rollover crash with fire, but Good Samaritans had already rescued to passengers from the backseat of a burning car.

“Three passing motorists stopped to assist, breaking out the rear windshield, pulling the remaining two trapped female passengers to safety. The driver and two passengers were all treated on the scene and transported to Yale trauma center for evaluation under the care of Milford Fire Paramedics. One of the Samaritans suffered burns to his hand and was treated at the scene.”

— Milford Battalion Chief Anthony Fabrizi





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