Reserve Ponce Intel patrol Officer Rich Gardner was on State Road 415 in New Smyrna Beach when he saw a white SUV drift across the road before it hit a back on a driveway and go airborne. The vehicle hit some trees before landing in a ditch.
Gardner and another man ran to the smoking SUV and helped the two people - a man and a woman - in the vehicle, according to Fox 35.
“There was a female inside that was at the closest point to the door, and she was in some pain, she said she had back pain. I just asked her to grab my arm, so I could pull her out. We got her out first and then the driver ended up jumping out on his own,” Gardner said.
The police officer stayed with the pair until a nurse took over for them. He told Fox 35 that he believes they're both going to survive.
“It’s almost surreal to see something like that,” Garner added, “You don’t expect to see something like that in your normal course of the day.”
It's still not clear why they drifted across the oncoming lane.
Butch Robidoux, an office specialist at the Ponce Inlet Police Department told Fox News they are aware of the incident but had no comment because the Gardner was off-duty at the time.