Ralph Giles and his wife Doris were driving home in the early morning hours in their Jeep Wrangler when they saw a Ford Fiesta get hit head-on by a Ford Edge SUV in Addison Township, Michigan. She called 911 while he tried to help the Fiesta passengers get out of the car, but the doors wouldn’t open.
Giles decided to move his Jeep out of the way, but just then another car crashed into the Fiesta, pushing it into the SUV, causing the SUV’s engine to catch fire. So he got back in the Jeep and used the four-wheel drive setting to drive it into the SUV, pushing it away from the other two cars to save those trapped inside.
First responders arrived and took the Fiesta passengers to hospitals and called Giles a hero for his quick response, but he disagrees. “I am NOT a hero,” he writes on Instagram. “I think most people would have tried to help somehow.”
Source: Good News Network