A South Carolina man lost control of his car Tuesday, causing it to flip. In less than eight minutes, a group of strangers arrived to help in the crash that could have been fatal.

And this is what happened.

The 20-year-old driver, Jonathan Janzen made it out of this accident with no major injuries. You can hear him gasping for air, with a sigh of relief as he is stunned about the accident. Luckily, he was wearing his seatbelt. Shortly after flipping the vehicle right-side-up, emergency responders arrived and helped Janzen out of the car safely.

Bert Sorin, one of the people who was there to help posted the video on Facebook.

He wrote:

So this just happened. On the way to a meeting we watched a car veer off of the road and flip. We grabbed my med kit, ran to the site and attempted to flip the car with just a few of us. No go. The car was leaking gas, so we knew we needed to get him out quickly. Went back and brought my truck and tow strap to pull off the doors, but they were stuck and the strap kept snapping. By that time, more concerned folks showed up and we were able to flip over his car and free him. It was awesome seeing everyone working together and saving this man before the EMTs could even arrive. God and fine American citizens were looking out for this fella. ‪#‎America‬ ‪#‎standasone‬ ‪#‎alllivesmatter‬ ‪#‎belegendary‬ ‪#‎beprepared‬ ‪#‎sheepdog‬

This is literally the definition of good samaritans with compassion, manifesting themselves in ways that make a difference everyday. Luckily, for Jonathan Janzen, a group of them were close by in his time of need.

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