Woman searches for Good Samaritans she says saved her life
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- A woman who was trapped in her flipped car says three Good Samaritans came to the rescue.
Now she's looking for the men who saved her family.
Courtney Campbell is holding her two girls extra tight.
"All I remember was my kids screaming and dirt and grass and glass," she said.
They were lucky.
"It really scared me and Emily," Campbell's daughter said.
Campbell says a car pulled out in front of her, so she slammed on the breaks and lost control, causing her car to roll on its side.
She says the person who caused the accident took off.
Both daughters were strapped in car seats. As she tried to break them free, she heard a knock on her window.
"I heard screeching tires and I looked up and the car was flipping," Ryan Wallace said.
He saw the whole thing and ran to help.
"I told her to move back because I was going to break the glass, so I can get the babies out," Wallace said.
He saved the two girls and then two strangers showed up. One of them called police while the other assisted Wallace.
"He grabbed underneath one of my arms and Ryan had the other, and they just kind of helped me jump out," Campbell said.
But through all of the trauma and police getting to the scene, she never got to meet the two mystery helpers.
"I really want to say thank you, and helping me rescue my children is everything, like they rescued my life," Campbell said.