FOX NEWS - A volunteer firefighter is being credited with saving a pregnant woman from a vehicle fire in Lafayette, La. on Tuesday.
In a Facebook post, the woman, Alfrelisha Thibeaux, said she decided to pull over on the side of the road because she was having car trouble and it was making a “strange noise.” Thibeaux said she was sitting in her truck waiting for her fiance to show up to help her, not knowing her SUV was on fire.
Thibeaux said volunteer firefighter Connor Manuel was driving by and yelled at her to get out of the vehicle because a small fire had started underneath the hood.
It happened on Interstate 10 East in Lafayette, according to The Acadiana Advocate.