- A young man volunteered to help two men who got trapped in a car in China
- He had smashed the glass with a stone and managed to drag them out quick
- The good Samaritan is said to be an off-duty solider who just finished holiday
An off-duty solider has saved two men trapped in a crashed car after tearing apart the windshield with his bare hands in northern China.
The solider, unidentified, first smashed the windshield with a stone, ripped off the toughened glass with his hands, then dragged the pair out of the car.
The heroic rescuer is said to be on his way back to the army after a holiday.
A young man, said to be a solider, saw the 4×4 flipped to one side after a crash and rushed to rescue (left). He used his hands to tear apart the windshield glass to free the people (right)
Mobile phone footage emerged online showing a young man in a navy blue puffer jacket tearing the toughened glass apart while other onlookers helped to drag the passengers out.
According to local newspaper, YanZhao Evening Post, a white 4×4 crashed on a highway that connected to a bridge in Anxin, Hebei Province on November 29.
The vehicle toppled and flipped to one side, trapping two men inside.
The car was fuming with smoke and gasoline when onlookers arrived the scene.
He breaks the windshield with a stone and starts to tear off the toughened glass (left). Pieces and pieces of glass are taken off from the car by the rescuer (right)
A driver and a passenger were dragged out of the flipped four-by-four and sent to hospital (left). The young soldier’s hands are seen bleeding on the cut areas (right)
One young man can be seen breaking the windshield with a stone and tearing it the glass apart by his bare hands.
The two men were dragged out and taken to hospital for treatment.
Cuts and bleeding can be seen on multiple areas on the rescuer’s hands.
It’s reported that the young man is a soldier who was on his way back to the army from a holiday visit back home.