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Brave JCB security guard saves woman’s life by pulling her from burning car

A fearless JCB1 security guard has been hailed for pulling a woman from a burning car moments before it became engulfed. Adam Sharman, 26, witnessed a collision between her vehicle and another on the outskirts of Cheadle. He, along with another passing motorist, rushed to aid the woman who was trapped.

The two managed to bend the car s door frame to pull the woman out just before the car was completely covered in flames.

The burning wreckage of the car after Adam dragged a woman free

Adam said: “When I stopped, you could see the smoke . I got out and there was a smashed up Citro n Saxo2 . I could hear the woman screaming.

“She was stuck behind the steering wheel and the chassis was all crumpled.

“The engine was on fire and we had to bend the car s door frame because it wouldn t open.

Adam Sharman, 26, is a security guard for JCB.

“The flames started to get bigger so we decided just to take an arm each and kept dragging her back the car then completely went up in flames . We took her quite far back but you could still feel the heat.”

Emergency services attended the collision between a Citro n Saxo and a Land Rover in Cheadle Road at around 10.15pm on Friday, November 3.

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The woman was taken to hospital to be treated for serious injuries to her legs, but Adam says that, if he had arrived later, the situation could have been much worse. Adam, who works at JCB s World HQ in Rocester, said: “If it was someone I cared about I hope someone would do the same thing.

“I always try to help out . I thought to myself afterwards that, had we have been there just five minutes later, it could have been horrific .

Luckily we were able to get her out.”

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PC Dave Stubbs, from Staffordshire Police, helped deal with the aftermath of the crash. He said: “In my view these people saved her life . They came across the collision and, within seconds, sprang into action and pulled her from the car.”

References

  1. ^ JCB (www.derbytelegraph.co.uk)
  2. ^ Citro n Saxo (www.derbytelegraph.co.uk)
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Fearless JCB security guard pulls woman from burning wreckage

A brave JCB security guard has been hailed for saving a woman’s life after pulling her from a burning car – just moments before it exploded. Hero Adam Sharman dragged the woman driver to safety after witnessing a car crash on his way home from work. The 26-year-old, who works at JCB1‘s World HQ, saw the two-vehicle smash on the outskirts of Cheadle.

He and another passing motorist quickly realised a woman was trapped inside her burning vehicle. They managed to prise her crumpled door open and pull her out just before the car exploded into a blazing fireball.

Adam pulled the woman from this burning Citroen Saxo

Adam said: “When I stopped you could see the smoke . I got out and there was a smashed up Citreon Saxo . I could hear the woman screaming.

“She was stuck behind the steering wheel and the chassis was all crumpled.

“The engine was on fire and we had to bend the car s door frame because it wouldn t open.

“The flames started to get bigger so we decided just to take an arm each and kept dragging her back the car then completely went up in flames . We took her quite far back but you could still feel the heat.”

Emergency services arrived on the scene in Cheadle Road at around 10.15pm on Friday, November 3.

The woman was taken to hospital after suffering serious injuries to her legs . But Adam, from Stoke on Trent, said it could have been a lot worse.

Adam Sharman has saved a life

He said: “If it was someone I cared about I hope someone would do the same thing.

“I always try to help out . I thought to myself afterwards that had we have been there just five minutes later it could have been horrific . Luckily we were able to get her out.”

Throughout the incident Adam’s bosses at Rocester were able to help direct emergency services. He said: “I was updating work anyway so they knew what was happening but I asked if they could use my GPS location and send all of the emergency services.

“They arrived shortly afterwards but by this time it was enough for the car to have up in flames.”

PC Dave Stubbs, from Staffordshire Police2, was one of the police officers who attended the crash between the Saxo and a Land Rover.

He said: “In my view these people saved her life .

They came across the collision and within seconds sprang into action and pulled her from the car.”

References

  1. ^ JCB (www.burtonmail.co.uk)
  2. ^ Staffordshire Police (www.burtonmail.co.uk)

JCB security guard dragged crash victim to safety

Hero security guard Adam Sharman has told how he dragged a woman to safety just moments before her car turned into a fireball. The 26-year-old was driving home from work at JCB1 when he came across a two-vehicle smash on the outskirts of Cheadle2. Within seconds, Adam and another passing motorist realised a woman was trapped inside her burning vehicle.

The pair then managed to prise the crumpled door open before pulling the woman out as the car became engulfed in flames.

The Citreon Saxo turned into a fireball seconds after Adam pulled the woman out

Adam, of Stoke, said: When I stopped you could see the smoke . I got out and there was a smashed up Citreon Saxo . I could hear the woman screaming.

“She was stuck behind the steering wheel and the chassis was all crumpled . The engine was on fire and we had to bend the car s door frame because it wouldn t open.

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The flames started to get bigger so we decided just to take an arm each and kept dragging her back the car then completely went up in flames . We took her quite far back but you could still feel the heat.

Adam has been credited with saving the woman’s life

Emergency services including the police, fire service and ambulance soon arrived on the scene in Cheadle Road at around 10.15pm on Friday (November 3). The woman was then taken to hospital after suffering serious injuries to her legs.

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But Adam believes it could have been a lot worse had he and the other motorist not stopped.

The accident on Cheadle Road

He added: If it was someone I cared about I hope someone would do the same thing . I always try to help out . I thought to myself afterwards that had we have been there just five minutes later it could have been horrific . Luckily we were able to get her out.

Throughout the incident Adam kept his bosses at JCB up-to-date.

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He said: I was updating work anyway so they knew what was happening but I asked if they could use my GPS location and send all of the emergency services.

They arrived shortly afterwards but by this time it was enough for the car to have up in flames.

Adam Sharman helped save a woman’s life when he pulled her out of her burning car.

PC Dave Stubbs, from Staffordshire Police3, was one of the police officers who attended the crash between the Saxo and a Land Rover. He said: In my view these people saved her life . They came across the collision and within seconds sprang into action and pulled her from the car.

References

  1. ^ JCB (www.stokesentinel.co.uk)
  2. ^ Cheadle (www.stokesentinel.co.uk)
  3. ^ Staffordshire Police (www.stokesentinel.co.uk)