“In a Matter of Two Minutes, I Just Heard a Big Boom. This Guy Saved My Life”

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Source of Photographs: http://www.10news.com/news/man-saved-from-burning-suv-on-sr-54-good-samaritan-got-driver-out-before-vehicle-exploded-09042013

On 4 September 2013 along westbound state Route 54 in National City, California, a Good Samaritan named German Regin got Ricardo Tavizon out of a burning SUV just before it exploded into flames. Mr. Tavizon said, “In a matter of two minutes, I just heard a big boom. This guy saved my life. I owe a big thanks to this guy.” After Mr. Tavizon pulled his SUV over, Mr. Regin also pulled his vehicle over. Mr. Regin said, “And I told him, ‘What’s going on, man?’ And he was like, ‘I don’t know. It’s just not accelerating.’ And I told him, ‘Get out — it’s burning.’” Mr. Tavizon said, “He told me to get out of the car because there were flames coming out — that was the best thing to do, just get out and run.” Mr. Regin said, “I’m just glad he’s okay.”

For Further Information: “Man saved from burning SUV on SR-54: Good Samaritan got driver out before vehicle exploded.” ABC News (San Diego, California). 5 September 2013

http://www.10news.com/news/man-saved-from-burning-suv-on-sr-54-good-samaritan-got-driver-out-before-vehicle-exploded-09042013

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