The Seckman High School principal was among three good samaritans who helped prevent a woman suffering a seizure from driving off an embankment in Arnold earlier this week.
Tuesday night a woman driving on Vogel Road slowed and stopped as she approached a green light; two passenegers in a nearby car recognized that something was wrong.
Read our previous report: Good Samaritans Save Woman From Driving Off Steep Embankment in Arnold
Our partners at FOX2 identified the those passengers as Kristin Martin and Zachary Green, who got out of their own car, started chasing down the vehicle and waving for help.
Martin and Green got the attention of Principal Don Grimshaw, according to the report, who used his Ford F-250 to drive in front of the vehicle and prevent it from crashing.
Grimshaw told FOX2 the car came to a stop when it hit a guard rail.
"I thought it was going to go over the rail," he said, "but fortunately it didn't."
Red light cameras captured the incident.
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