Family wants to thank strangers who rescued Utah man from burning car
(KUTV) - The family of a West Valley City man is searching for Good Samaritans who rescued Tylor Beynon from a burning car Saturday night.
26-year-old Beynon and his wife, Kerstyn, were coming home from the movies around 11:45 p.m. Sunday when they were hit by a suspected drunk driver at the intersection of 5400 South Bangerter Highway.
Kerstyn was able to escape from the burning car. Her husband was stuck inside. Family members tell 2News strangers broke through the front windows of the Nissan and pulled Tylor out of the burning car.
“I would like them to know that he would really like to talk to them and tell them thank you for saving his life. And tell them I’m so grateful they took their lives into their own hands to get him out of the burning car,” said Donna Beynon, Tylor’s mother.
Tylor is now in critical condition, awaiting surgery at Intermountain Medical Center.
Kerstyn survived with minor injuries.
The family is now searching for the people who saved Tylor’s life. If you have any information, they ask you reach out to them via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.