Car accident in Savannah

In a harrowing incident in Burke County, Georgia, five University of Georgia sorority sisters are being celebrated for their quick thinking and valiant efforts that led to the rescue of a mother and her two children. The incident occurred on a routine drive as the women traveled to Savannah, according to local news reports.

As they navigated the rural roads en route for a weekend getaway, their attention was drawn to an extraordinary event. A white SUV had veered off the road and tumbled into a creek below a bridge, prompting the women to spring into action without a moment’s hesitation.

The five women, identified as Molly McCollum, Jane McArdle, Eleanor Cart, Clarke Jones, and Kaitlyn Iannace, quickly turned their vehicle around and rushed to the crash site. They plunged into the water where the SUV, carrying Cori Craft and her two children, had landed and was sinking quickly. Craft later recounted the terrifying ordeal, noting that her only thought upon hitting the water was to ensure the safety and escape of her children.

Source: Yahoo News Canada