A paramedic can thank a group of Good Samaritans for saving him from an ambulance crash Friday night in Hartford, Connecticut. The Good Samaritans can thank adrenaline for giving them the strength to actually lift the five-ton ambulance off of the trapped EMT. A car speeding through a red light hit the ambulance sending it onto its side. Local resident Odane White was driving to work when he saw someone was trapped; he quickly tried lifting the vehicle and was soon joined by a small group. A manager with the ambulance company said it isn’t often they find themselves in need of rescue and called the actions of the bystanders heroic. The paramedic was taken to the hospital where he was in stable condition. The people in the car the hit the ambulance fled on foot and police are still looking.
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