A group of good Samaritans is being credited for saving a crash victim in California by lifting an overturned vehicle and pulling the woman out of the wreckage.
One person reportedly died in the crash and three others were injured when a pickup truck rolled over on the westbound lane of Interstate 10, east of Desert Center, Calif., on Sunday.
Video taken from a cellphone camera captured a group of passers-by banding together to lift the pickup truck and dragging out the woman, MyFoxPhoenix.com reported.
Carlos Rivera Hernandez, 54, was driving the vehicle when he lost control, according to KESQ.com. The truck rolled into on-coming traffic, killing Hernandez and injuring three others.
The name of the passenger pulled from under the truck is not yet known.
All three surviving victims were treated at a nearby hospital.