GALICE, Ore--- Two medically trained passersby helped treat two people that were in a fiery crash about 20 miles up Bear Camp Road on Sunday. One of those passersby pulled one passenger out of the vehicle moments before it erupted into flames.
Rural Metro Fire says the ODF Southwest Oregon District and American Medical Response also responded to the crash.
The crash happened near to the Curry County line.
The two passengers in the car were being treated by the passerby's when ODF first arrived on the scene.
The two passengers were transported with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
Rural Metro Fire says the fire was easily contained.
First responders want to acknowledge and thank the good samaritans for their actions.