Good Samaritan Receives Job Offers After Rescuing Victim From Car Accident

Good Samaritan Receives Job Offers After Rescuing Victim From Car Accident

Good Samaritan Receives Job Offers After Rescuing Victim From Car Accident

Aaron Tucker, 32, took a bus from the Isaiah House, a half-way residence in Bridgeport, Connecticut, about 9 a.m. when he saw the overturned auto.

A GoFundMe account has been set up for Tucker's benefit following his heroic rescue. Tucker jumped off the bus to give aid to the driver, according to the New York Daily News.

"I got up around 5 o'clock in the morning because I was so excited for the interview", Tucker told the Daily News.

Tucker ended up missing his interview, of course, but his kindhearted, and perhaps lifesaving, actions have gotten him three job offers so far, in construction and at a rubber factory. I told him to open his eyes.

Regardless of the fact that he only had a couple of bucks in his pocket and was about to lose the transport that was going to take him to the interview, Tucker ran up to the overturned vehicle and unbuckled the injured driver from the passenger seat and removed him from the auto. Its goal is $25,000 to help Tucker and his loved ones. After removing the driver from the auto, Tucker noticed that the man was bleeding from his head - and so he took off his shirt and used it to slow down the bleeding.

"He kept shutting his eyes, and I made sure he stayed awake".

He told the Daily News that his one goal is to get a job so he can support his 21-month-old son, who now lives with his mother.

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An ambulance arrived and the victim was taken to a hospital, where his condition was reported to be stable. "The only thing running through my head is that person in the vehicle could pass away and I could help him".

He's grateful but remains concerned for the man whose life he saved.

Now a Westporter is working to show Tucker thanks; she created an online fundraiser to support him and his almost 2-year-old son.

"I just want everybody to know it's not about what people could do for me". A GoFundMe campaign created by the community has also raised nearly $14,000 in recognition of the man's compassion.

Tucker says any money he gets will go towards taking care of his 21-month-old son.

A GoFundMe was set up to raise money for Tucker, who served almost two years in prison on a weapons charge, and his 21-month-old son. "But to me, if it happened again, I'm going to continue to do it because it's the right thing", he said. As of this writing, the page has raised more than $10,000.

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