Hero Siblings Overturn SUV In Ditch To Save A Couple And Baby



Talk about being in the right place at the right time. This couple has this sibling pair to thank for saving their lives after their Rav4 was sideswiped and sent into a roadside ditch. The two Florida siblings were driving along I-75 and didn't hesitate to jump out of their delivery truck to help the couple and their 11-day-old baby.

Aaron Allen and his sister, Jolisa Jones, were driving their Ashley Furniture delivery truck. They were two hours late for work and just north of Tampa when they saw a white Chrysler hit the couple’s Toyota RAV4 nearby.

The siblings quickly rushed to the RAV4 and worked together to help flip over the vehicle to get the occupants out. They were able to pull Thomas and Diana Windsor and their daughter out of the flooded vehicle. The couple who said they were headed home after a doctor’s appointment call the brother and sister "guardian angels".

When Allen and Jones were able to flip over the car and break the windshield, the Windsors handed the siblings their 11-day-old daughter Azara first, before they climbed out.

And while everyone was able to get out mostly unscathed, the siblings will have scars. Allen got 14 stitches in his arm, while Jones suffered injuries to her fingers. They are being called heroes, which Allen is trying to downplay, saying anyone else would done what they did.

Florida Highway Patrol are looking for the driver of the white Chrysler, who witnesses said fled the scene after the crash.