Robert Stoops and his daughter Kayla say they were heading to a funeral Wednesday driving through Grant County when suddenly, the driver reportedly over-corrected.
"I hear boom boom bloom sound of us flipping and then when we were down, I remember trying to get my seat-belt off," said Kayla Stoops.
Along highway 167, you can still see dark tire marks showing the path the SUV took across four lanes, before it flipped, throwing driver Lisa Wise.
"The last thing she says she remembers is the vehicle looking at it coming down on top of her," said Robert Stoops.
"When I got out and I seen her I started crying, I thought she as a dead," said Kayla Stoops.
The Stoops were two of six people riding in the now mangled SUV sitting at Max's Towing.
"Thankful, God was watching over us," said Robert Stoops.
Cpl. Robert Alcon with state police was the first law enforcement officer on the scene. He isn't authorized to speak about the incident while the investigation is ongoing, but he told KARK he's on a mission to find the good Samaritans he says rushed to the scene to help.
"About six of us picked up the vehicle," Robert Stoops said, describing the group effort.
Cpl. Alcon and the Stoops say the strangers' timing saved Wise' life.
"If it wouldn't have been for them, she'd have been dead. Paramedic says if we didn't get the truck off of her within five to ten minutes she would have suffocated," Robert Stoops said.
"They need to be thanked for helping us. They didn't have to stop but they did," said Kayla Stoops.