Connecticut man skips job interview to save car crash victim

CBS News - Tuesday, 18 July 2017
Aaron Tucker was on his way to a job interview, which he landed just days after being released from prison, when he witnessed a terrible car crash. He skipped the interview to rescue a man trapped inside, and now the community is hailing him a hero.

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