Johnny Walker happened to be in the right place at the right time when a car accident occurred between a deputy and an innocent person.
The accident involved 5 cars where a woman was dead and many were injured, including 2 children. The balance would have been more fatal if there had not been people around to help.
According to reports during a routine check, the deputy received a notification regarding a robbery that had occurred at a gas station. On the way to the scene, he saw a car identical to the one described to him which committed the robbery. Attempts to stop it were unsuccessful.
The deputy and the driver chased each other at a speed of 90 miles per hour. During the movement, the police officer crashed into a car with an innocent woman and two children inside.
The collision was fatal for the woman. She could not survive the wounds received.
Walker was nearby and heard five loud bangs. He ran immediately without thinking twice about what was happening.
The deputy’s car had caught fire.
He and two other passers-by helped the policeman get out of the car. He was still alive and had a pulse. Walker is very sorry that he could not intervene in time to save the woman’s life. According to him, skin color does not matter before human life.
When the media reported the case of Walker and his assistant managed to get in touch with the sister with whom he had not spoken for a long time.
A GoFundMe is open to helping him find a home. But why did Walker risk his life for a person he did not know? He replies that he would like someone else to do the same for him.
“When I was homeless, I think I was in the right place at the right time,” Walker said through tears. “I made an effort to assist that lady. She did, however, pass.” The deputy’s patrol car blew up after the impact. “I was afraid it was going to blow up,” Walker recalled. That’s when he stated that he understood exactly he had to act.
Brave and pure people like Johnny are few in this world. We need to think with our hearts and be closer to God to help others as much as we can.
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