Trapped Under A Car, A Women Is Saved By A Crowd The women motorcyclist became trapped under the vehicle in an accident. Passers-by and emergency responders literally took matters into their hands and lifted the car, freeing the woman.

Trapped Under A Car, A Women Is Saved By A Crowd

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep with congratulations to a small crowd in Dallas. A motorcyclist crashed into a car and ended up trapped underneath. Emergency personnel tried to save her using a jack to lift the vehicle, which failed. It was taking too long to bring heavier equipment, so a crowd of emergency responders and passers-by lifted the vehicle by hand. Police have now released video in which the woman is pulled out from underneath the car with no serious injuries. It's MORNING EDITION.

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