A heroic FedEx driver delivered a split-second rescue to a driver whose car had crashed and burst into flames in Southern California — pulling the motorist to safety seconds before it exploded. Dramatic video captured the moment Jonathan Rohrbach jumped in to save the 28-year-old man after his Toyota Camry slammed into a guardrail and caught fire on I-15 about 3 a.m. Wednesday, KGTV reported. The victim had managed to extricate himself from the vehicle, but the FedEx worker stopped and dragged him away right before a series of explosions turned the wreck into a fireball. “As soon as I saw the car, it was still actively on fire. You gotta stop to see if you can do anything at all,” Rohrbach told the outlet. Another motorist used a fire extinguisher on the wreck before firefighters arrived.
Rohrbach says he's not a hero. I beg to differ.