Michigan man Justin Lampin pulled a woman out of a burning car after she crashed into his home early Friday morning.
Shiawassee County Sheriff Det. Lt. David Kirk said the crash was reported around 5:39 a.m. The vehicle, driven by a 22-year-old female, left the road and hit a boulder, then Lampin’s home.
Lampin said he heard the vehicle collide with his house and found the Audi in flames with a driver still inside. The woman had been thrown into the back seat, according to Lampin's account of the event on Facebook, but he was able to pull her out without harm. Lampin also pulled the woman’s dog from the vehicle.
Flames from the vehicle reportedly spread to the house, before officials arrived and put them out.
No one inside the home was harmed.
After being rescued, the driver was transported to Sparrow Hospital for treatment. Firefighters from the Burns Township Fire Department later responded and extinguished the house and vehicle fire.
The incident is currently under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office, which noted that alcohol was likely involved in the crash.