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-- incredible story of split second heroics possibly saving the lives of a mother.
And her child they were hit by a car crossing an intersection in Colorado.
The impact hinder them under the car with life threatening injuries what a story this is Rick Leventhal is here with more on this -- Beckham -- Good morning guys apparently if the car is small enough and you have ten people strong enough.
You can lift that car and that's what happened in Aurora Colorado on Monday night a mother and her three small children.
Crossing history when they were hit.
By a vehicle her twin four year old boys weren't struck with a woman to pinnacle -- and her two year old daughter Angela were trapped under the car.
The lady was on our side had that they you have to put our arms on the panel holding her down.
I would debate these issues cry and I tried removed -- the infant from the lady's arms but she was pinned under right I couldn't -- for a cup point.
Show police called for help bystanders rushed in grabbed the underside of the sub compact key up and lifted on the count of three.
After pleading get the -- -- immediately.
There be some issues of breathing and can I don't know if it's -- so.
Kind of hard to some of the folks round and I said hey let's get this car up.
The key is driver actually pulled the woman and her daughter out the mother suffered head injuries and broken -- -- daughter cuts and bruises there in the hospital but expected to make a full recovery.
And the police say they want that it's Americans to get the credit for that's -- wrecked yet because these people left soon after the incident but cops tracked some of them down including Jeffrey Simpson.
And his sixteen year old stepdaughter Michelle Gibson who were about the shop in the nearby Wal-Mart when they saw this horrific scene in -- to help.
It was horrific whose -- was under the car.
Was a baby just knowing that.
We possibly did help the little girl and her mom ages is a nice feeling to know that.
That they're going to be okay.
Police say people were practically knocking each other over to jump in there and are calling these folks -- have had a great story thank you -- here the best Christmas ever.
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