WEST MEMPHIS, AR (abc24.com) - His good deed may have saved lives but one Mid-South mother can't find him to say thank you.
Four people were injured in a West Memphis car crash in July. A mystery man came to their rescue, but has since vanished.
“She was going around the curve extremely fast and she veered off into the ditch and it flipped,” said Janita Davis.
The car was a mangled mess of metal. The passengers were thrown into a soybean field off of Port Road; among them was three-year-old Angel Davis.
“I was just praying and hoping my child was alright,” Davis said.
Janita Davis wasn't in the car, but two of her friends, along with another two-year-old girl, were.
They somehow survived a wreck that police say forced the car to flip over six times.
“The car was in real bad shape, they was saying wasn't no way anybody should've made it out of that car,” Davis said.
Family members say Angel Davis was the only one conscious after the crash. The three-year-old made her way back to the road where she was spotted by a man driving a minivan. She led him to the other victims.
He took three of them to Crittenden Regional Hospital. The other was taken to the Med.
Angel was put in a neck brace. She had gashes in her head and side. The others suffered from broken limbs and spent days in the hospital.
The mystery man left no name or contact information. Now a thankful mother wants to show her gratitude in person.
“I believe he saved them because they could have been out there bleeding for a period of time and lost a lot of blood. I just would tell him thank you for saving my child and my friends,” Davis said.
Someone somewhere knows this mystery man who brought the passengers to safety. If you can help us find him, call our news hotline: (901) 321-7668.