ODESSA, TX (KWES) - Neighbors on the 1800 block of Sunset Boulevard watched as crews worked to get the white Nissan out of the home that crashed Friday afternoon. It was Shane Gallagher who had an up close and personal view of the accident.
"There were these two girls that came running out of the house screaming the driver had a seizure," said Gallagher.
It only took him a matter of seconds to realize what happened.
"I went ahead and went into the house and checked on the driver and she was coherent and talking. I asked her if she was ok and she was acting like she was stunned," said Gallagher.
Odessa Police say the Nissan had three people in the car, a 22-year-old driver, the passengers were both 21 and 24. A 53-year-old woman who was alone at the time was pinned under the car for nearly 30 minutes. Gallagher added his neighbors are good people.
"They are very quiet people. They kind of stay to themselves," said Gallagher.
Friday's crash had everyone including Gallagher talking about the dangers of the T-intersection where the accident happened.
"I have a 14-year-old that's always out here playing with his RC car so it's scary," said Gallagher.
Now all everyone could do is hope that their neighbor will be ok.