Some of us with everything wouldn’t have stopped to help an accident that looks like this…
A woman who witnesses said was driving next to another car that were both at traveling at more than 100 mph was injured early Monday after she drove off Interstate 8 and her car ended up on its roof in the San Diego River.
The woman and the other driver were heading west just before 7 a.m. near the Sports Arena/West Mission Bay Drive exit when she lost control of her Pontiac Grand Am and drove down the embankment, California Highway Patrol Officer Donald Rhodes said.
Her car rolled several times and landed upside down in the a small amount of water and mud, Rhodes said.
Tom MacDonald, a homeless man who camps next to the river, said he saw a cloud of dust as the car tumbled over and over. He and another man rushed to help the victim.
“The car looked like a crushed tin can,” MacDonald said. “I didn’t even think she was alive when I got there.”
He and the other man cut the woman’s seat belt and took her out of the vehicle, MacDonald said. The extent of her injuries is unknown.
Not sure if Ms. MacDonald offered to reward the mane but she better find whatever overpass this guy is sleeping under and get him a shower and a hot meal!