New Mother Rushes to Fire, Saves Driver from Indiana Tanker Explosion


By Nexstar Media Wire


Three good Samaritans, including a woman who’d given birth three days earlier, rushed to the rescue of a truck driver after a massive explosion in Indiana.

“We see a plume of smoke, huge smoke, it looked like a warehouse was on fire,” said new mom Holly McNally.

McNally had been driving with her mother on the east side of Indianapolis when they came across a turned-over semi-truck.

“I slowed down, and I saw the actual semi on fire, and I look to the front of the semi, and I see a man on fire,” McNally said. “And I’m scanning and people are videotaping and watching, but no one was going over there. So I told my mom, ‘I’m stopping, I’m going over there.’”…more

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