The St.Louis Post Dispatch has an article about three off duty St. Louis Firefighters on their way to work Saturday when they found a vehicle crash. All three occupants were found unconscious and had to be removed from the burning car. Well done guys!
Article from St. Louis Post Dispatch:
“Three off-duty St. Louis firefighters heading to their jobs saw a vehicle on fire and managed to pull three people from the flames Saturday morning.
The victims were on fire, and the firefighters used a sweater to swat out the flames before giving the driver CPR.
The three victims were in a car that crashed at 7:15 a.m. at North Broadway and Humboldt Avenue, according to St. Louis Fire Capt. Garon Mosby.
The vehicle was traveling fast on Broadway when the driver lost control and struck a pole, causing the vehicleâ€™s engine to burst into flames, he said. The three occupants were unconscious and trapped.
“The three firefighters, in different vehicles, were on Broadway headed to work.