Staff Sergeant Cory Hinkle was on his way home from work when he saw a car crash right in front of him. Two cars collided and Hinkle said he saw smoke, which is a sign there will be fire.
Hinkle said he got out and ran towards the car to help. As he approached, 28-year-old Brandy Guin was trying to get herself out, but couldn’t walk because her ankle was broken. Hinkle got her out just in time.
“As the fire started to spread in my car, the shocks started to explode and hot debris was flying everywhere,” Guin said, “He shielded me with his body and said ‘It’s going to have to go through me to get to you.”
A piece of metal hit his ankle but both are safe and sound now!