Man on way to crucial job interview a week after prison release skips it to save car crash victim
Aaron Tucker, from Bridgeport, Connecticut, was on the bus early in the morning on his way to the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que restaurant for his interview after being released from prison after serving almost two years in jail. As the bus screeched to a halt at a stop, Mr Tucker noticed a car had hit a tree and flipped over. The bus driver said he was not going to get out and help and that if Mr Tucker got off the bus, he would have to keep driving to complete his route.
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