Good Samaritans tow crashed cars off busy road

One of the vehicles involved in a crash on Old Cleveland Road on Thursday morning. Photo: John ShinnersMotorists were saved from lengthy delays on Thursday morning by two good Samaritans who rushed to clean up a car crash

John Shinners was driving on Old Cleveland Road, near the Gateway Motorway, when he saw a white Toyota Corolla collide with the driver’s door of another Corolla.

“I pulled to the side thinking someone was going to be injured,” Mr Shinners said.

“No one was, not even a scratch.”

The front of the white Corolla however was badly damaged.

The driver and his passenger were both backpackers.

“It wasn’t even their car, they were completely distraught,” Mr Shinners said.

Lee Lovett, who was driving a four-wheel drive, also pulled over and together he and Mr Shinners moved the crashed cars off the road.

“We got a tow strap and drove it off the road so it didn’t cause congestion,” Mr Shinners said.

“[Mr Lovett pulled] and I steered.

“Afterwards [Mr Lovett] got his broom out and swept the road.”

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