Two bouncers who ran to the rescue of a man following a major car crash have been praised for freeing him from the wreckage.
The incident, which could lead to a car accident compensation claim, occurred on West Wycombe Road in Buckinghamshire when an MG car collided with another vehicle and flipped onto its roof, trapping the MG driver inside, the Bucks Free Press reported.
Sam Duthie and Stuart Osborne, who are doormen at the White Horse Pub, ran to the aid of the victim after witnessing the incident and helped to free him while directing traffic around the car.
Mr Duthie, 21, from High Wycombe, told the newspaper: “It was horrendous. We were the first on the scene. It was quite a hair raising moment. It was very lucky no one else was about, it could have been a different story. It took my breath away, it was unbelievable.”
The man involved in the crash was later examined for signs of whiplash injury but did not suffer any physical damage.
Last week, a woman from Kent was taken to hospital with whiplash injury after being involved in a three-car crash.
The 58-year-old was taken to Pembury hospital following the incident, which occurred at 07:35 BST on September 21st on the A21 Castle Road, Pembury, Kent News reported.
Posted by Wayne Weir