Video shows moment baby in stroller rolling toward traffic is saved by good Samaritan
Dramatic security video at a Southern California car wash shows the moment a good Samaritan saves a baby in a stroller rolling toward a busy road.
A woman is shown doing something in the back seat of her car when she sees the stroller rolling backwards down a slope toward the traffic.
However, as she moves toward the stroller, she trips and falls flat on the ground.
Struggling to get up, she collapses again and is unable to get back up.
But, just as the stroller reaches the edge of the street, a man sprints from the right side of the camera to stop it and a second man helps the woman — who NBC Los Angeles identified as the baby boy’s great aunt — finally get up. She reportedly suffered injuries to her knees.
It was a windy day in Hesperia on Monday at approximately 3 p.m., when the incident took place. Debris is seen blowing behind the stroller as it rolls.
The man who stopped the stroller was identified as Ron Nessman, the brother of Donna Gunderson, who shared the video from the A1 Car Wash.