American Red Cross Heroes 2018: Adult Good Samaritan Award

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The American Red Cross Adult Good Samaritan Award is presented to an ordinary citizen over the age of 18 for an extraordinary act of heroism or courage.

On February 27, a driver suffering a medical emergency lost control of his vehicle, causing it to crash and catch fire in Loganville.

As first responders rushed to the scene, Ethan Fry, Daniel Donnan, and Richard Smith – without regard for their own safety – managed to free the trapped driver from the car.

Their heroic action helped to save the driver from further injury or even death.

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