32-year-old unemployed man misses job interview to save car crash victim

32-year-old unemployed man misses job interview to save car crash victim

- An unemployed man was on his way to a job interview when he saw an overturned car

- He got off his bus, pulled the driver out and helped to stop his bleeding

- He missed his interview as a result

A man in Connecticut in the US missed his job interview to save a car crash victim.

The 32-year-old Good Samaritan, Aaron Tucker, was in a bus going to the interview when he saw an overturned car along a street.

Tucker, who is an ex-convict, asked the bus driver to stop so he could save the driver who was trapped in the overturned car.

32-year-old unemployed man misses job interview to save car crash victim

Aaron Tucker missed his job interview to help a car crash victim. Photo: GoFundMe

He pulled the driver out, took off his own shirt and used it to stop the driver's bleeding.

Consequently, Tucker ended up missing his interview. Speaking to a local news outlet, he said he did not regret it.

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He said: "It didn’t go through my head, because a job can come and go, but a life is only one time. The only thing running through my head is that person in the car could pass away and I could help him."

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When his selfless act came to light, members of the public fundraised $6,000 online for his benefit. He is a father of one son who lives with his mother.

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