After watching the video, you’re sure to agree that it’s a miracle a thoroughly wasted woman didn’t kill someone before finally stopping her vehicle.
An Ohio man is being hailed as a hero after he frantically convinced an impaired woman to stop her car after seeing her swerving dangerously all over the highway.
Sam Haynes, 26, was on his way home on I-275 when he encountered the woman and immediately thought of his sister, who was paralyzed after being involved in a head-on collision in 2009 with a drugged up driver, according to the New York Daily News.
“Something clicked in my head, it put anger in me and I wanted to stop this lady,” he told the Daily News.
Haynes called 911 and began following the driver while filming her on his smartphone.
When she finally stopped, the woman, Sandra Harris, began apologizing profusely — albeit incoherently.
“You don’t gotta apologize to me, do you know how many people died doing this s— every day?” Haynes told her. “My sister was in a car accident. She’s not going to walk anymore. I really don’t want to see that happen to anybody else.”
Haynes said Harris passed out shortly thereafter, and authorities believe she was high on meth or heroin.
*Caution: Strong Language
For all you dope fiends who thinks its ok to do what you do and drive, this is what you look like. Excuse my language.
Posted by Sam Haynes on Friday, August 21, 2015
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