A videographer came to one driver’s rescue after his car burst into flames on a Los Angeles freeway in the early hours of New Year’s Day. Around 3:30 a.m. on the Harbor 110 Freeway in South L.A., a dark vehicle had no hazard lights on as it stalled on the highway. Videographer Austin Raishbrook tried to signal to other drivers. Soon enough, an on-coming car plowed into the hindered SUV causing fire to erupt. Raishbrook leapt to the rescue and helped the driver get out of the SUV.



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