An 85-year-old man is credited with saving the lives of two women from a fiery crash.

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The man, who uses a cane to get around, saw the out-of-control car flip over in his front yard. That’s when he decided to ignore the flames and rush to help.

The 22-year-old driver and her passenger were driving around a curve in Burleson, Texas, when she lost control and flipped over into Lindell Marbut’s driveway.

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“Car landed right here, and it burned up right here,” he said.

While his caretaker ran next door to call 911 and get help, Marbut tried to get the 22-year-old driver and her female passenger out of the burning car.

“When I got back over here this way, he was beating on the front windshield with a cane,” said Sondra Young, Marbut’s caretaker.

“I got my walking stick, and pulled it out and seen this woman's hand sticking out and I got her and pulled her out,” said Marbut.

Marbut and Young helped pull the passenger out together and dragged her into the garage too.

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