Rudy Giuliani helped save the victim of a recent car accident

10/17/2015 // JusticeNewsFlash // (press release)

New York – Former Mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani helped save the victim of a recent car accident after their vehicle overturned. As reported by Page Six, Giuliani and two associates pulled over and called emergency services for the man involved in the FDR Drive crash, which occurred on Thursday.


Giuliani is quoted as telling Page Six of emergency responders and his wife initially thinking he had been involved in the crash “There was an accident this morning people thought I was involved in.”


The former mayor further said describing the circumstances of the accident “We took the red-eye [from California]. I was half-sleeping. Sal was driving. He was wide awake when we heard a big noise and saw a car flipped half over on the east side wall before the Houston Street exit.”


Giuliani and colleagues called 911 and one of them, a former EMT, instructed the driver to turn off his ignition and remove his seatbelt while waiting for emergency responders.


The victim reportedly did not sustain serious injuries in the crash.


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Source: Page Six News Story




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