One-Legged Man Pulls Victims Out of Crashed Car, Then He Goes Even Further
On the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 3, Arthur Belyeu had just passed the intersection of 43rd Avenue and Roosevelt in Phoenix, Arizona, when he heard a car crash. Immediately, he took action.
“As soon as I see that, I threw my soda down, rolled over to the scene, got the back hatch down and went in and started extricating people from the car,” Belyeu told KSAZ.
A cell phone video from the scene shows Belyeu cutting the seat belts and freeing the driver and passenger of the crashed car.
“I brought him out first, she was tangled up,” said Belyeu. “I brought him out, used my wheelchair, and extricated her out of the vehicle.”
Yes, wheelchair. Belyeu only has one leg. But that didn’t stop him in the least. He even gave his wheelchair to the rescued woman.
“It doesn’t matter to me, because I only have one leg, doesn’t mean I can’t do things,” he said.
“I’ll do anything I can to help my fellow brothers and sisters, anytime.”
Credit: Fox – 10 Phoenix/VideoElephant