Family thanks good Samaritan for help after crash

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Good Samaritan Vandora Beaver was at the scene of a terrifying crash in Henrico Thursday well before emergency crews arrived. 8News got a chance to speak to her about what happened.

“I see this vehicle had just turned over, flipped, wheels and everything still spinning,” said Beaver.

Inside the car were two sisters, bloodied and crying out for help. Beaver rushed to their aid. It wasn’t until our story aired that the brother of those sisters says he knew a civilian had helped.

“I personally knew nothing about anyone stepping in outside of first responders,” said Harrison Hutcherson.

Hutcherson says his sisters Brittney and Keeshaun were the ones inside that car. He says he was speechless when he found out a complete stranger stepped in to help.

“Knowing that people cared enough to stop and be able to help, it touched me in a very mighty way, I actually cried a little bit,” said Hutcherson.

Hutcherson says his sister Brittney is out while Keeshaun remains in critical condition, but he says he has hope and is hoping this story inspires others to help where they can too.

“In a world with so much chaos and turmoil there are a lot of good people in the world and there are people who care,” said Hutcherson.

As for that good Samaritan who he has yet to speak to or meet, Hutcherson wanted to publicly say thank you.

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart and personally god bless you because we understand had you not been there we just don’t know what the outcome would have been,” said Hutcherson.

He says while his sister Keeshaun is still in the ICU her condition has been steadily improving since the accident.

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