I love stories like this. People helping people just out of the kindness of their heart. It gives you faith in humanity. This happened on route 15 in Connecticut last Friday and you might be able to help this woman find the person who came to her rescue.
Here is the full story via News 12 Connecticut
A Shelton mom is looking to identify a good Samaritan who she says stopped to help her after her car flipped over on the highway, landing on its side.She says her car hit a patch of black ice and flipped over landing on its side on the Wilbur Cross Parkway, blocking northbound traffic at the Woodbridge-Orange line around 7 a.m.Stunned and disoriented while suffering from a head injury, Deppe says she got out of the car and was stumbling around nearly stepping into oncoming traffic when a man came to her aid. The man got Deppe safely out of harm’s way and began treating her medically until an ambulance arrived and took her the hospital. Deppe says she wants to find that good Samaritan and thank him.Deppe says the man’s last name was Gilbert. He was in his late 20s or early 30s, wearing military fatigues, driving a black-colored SUV and told her that he was from New York and had recently moved to Norwalk.