@rose_sinister | 3,224 followers
Hey. Before Twitter goes away, maybe help me find my hero?

On Dec. 27th, 2020, my husband passed out while driving, and our car crashed at 70mph on I-10 near Jacksonville, FL.

A driver headed the opposite direction saw the crash, exited the interstate, and got back on- 1/6

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In reply to @rose_sinister
I was clipped by a semi and spun out into the next exit.The only people that stopped to see if i was okay were 2 lovely Mexican men.They gave me water & calmed me down.They then told me they were illegal and had to bounce before the police showed, but I鈥檓 forever grateful to them
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
I have a story like that. They didn鈥檛 save me per se but they stayed with me after I stumbled out of the car and was crying (my friend had just died in my lap). He wrapped me into a hug and held me until the paramedics came. I only remember a black man in a fuzzy sweater.
 
In reply to @Sblahov
Since this is taking off, go boost this tweet twitter.com/rose_sinister/鈥
 
 
Were you in Jacksonville in December, 2020? 馃憞馃徏
 
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
THIS is what humanity is about. I hope we get back to this. Just people caring about each other. Hope you find that angel!!
 
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Genuinely also share on tiktok if you鈥檙e okay with that. These kinds of stories often take off.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
I hope you find this person. The internet needs more stories about humans being awesome.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Maybe you can help this person connect! What an amazing story of compassion in a time when we so desperately need it!
 
Find my hero content is the best content
 
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
I hope you find your hero. I was lucky enough to thank the civilian heroes who tried to save my dad when he landed upside down in his truck in a creek. It meant the world to me, and to the people who tried to save him. Reminds me, I need to reach out to them & see how they are.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Do you have the accident report? Have you contacted the departments that came? State troopers, sheriff's dept, ambulance, fire? Someone should have a record with his name and contact. If there are no privacy issues they may share or may contact him for you.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
You should also post this in the Jax reddit sub.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
So many people are mentioning police put witnesses on a report but I鈥檓 realizing this is from tv鈥 witnessed a pedestrian hit and stayed with her and I tried to give the police my info and they refused it. Wouldn鈥檛 take a statement either. 馃し馃徑鈥嶁檧锔
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Great news,I have information for you! To authenticate, please post a copy of any related document, tow truck receipt, automobile insurance notice, hospital bill, etc. Redact information as necessary. Note : This person still lives in Florida.
 
Can Americans boost this post?
 
Anybody in FL that can help spread this?
 
I hope she can find this person
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
can you have your florida people look into this?
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
There will be an accident report that is public information. You should also be able to get a copy as one of the victims. It would contain the names of any witness. Look on the county or PD website or call them and ask how to submit a FOIA ("Freedom of Information Act") request.
 
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
If he called 911 the police would have a record of the call and his telephone number.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
In ~1998 I fell asleep just south of Portland, OR and crashed in the median at about 70 MPH. A family in a minivan pulled over to be sure I was OK (I was). After I refused an ambulance, they offered to give me a ride anywhere. I had them drop me at the nearest Denny's so I (1/?)
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
I鈥檓 glad you and your husband survived. Hope you find this man.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
 
I do not know a single person in Florida. But you might. Do you know who she鈥檚 talking about?
 
Noble cause. Find the hero!
 
Come on Twitter do your good thing and help the lady thank a hero.
 
Retweet you all. Help Rose find her hero.
 
 
Can we help her find the hero the rescued her and her husband?
#Heroes
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
What a heartwarming story .. so happy you鈥檙e ok and hope you find this wonderful man
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Thank God for him, and thank God you survived!
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Much gratitude to that kind man!
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
 
 
Thread in need of RT鈥檌ng
 
In reply to @TheRickWilson
 
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This is what makes Twitter special. Florida friends, can you help?
 
When my husband hit black ice and wrecked his truck and rolled it 3 times on the side of a major highway (yes he鈥檚 had more than one brush with death, fun) an off-duty first responder sat with him and gave him an extra shock blanket she had in her car until the ambulance came.
 
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
This feels exactly like something @SteveDickson82 or Britt Hester would do.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
I am so glad you and your husband survived. I hope that you find them.
 
America please help this lady
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Do update when you find the helpful stranger This site has some good things
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Following so I get the news when you find him! Thankful you're still here 鉂わ笍
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Wow. The amazing thing about this story is not only this altruistic man, but that no one else stopped! Bystander effect
 
What a fantastic story and not at all the 鈥楩lorida man鈥 presentation we typically see. Please take a moment and see if we can help her find her hero. #Florida
 
Twitter. Do your thing.
 
My Condolence鈥檚 to you,upon the loss of your , significant other....
 
 
In reply to @travisakers
@travisakers This is from your stomping grounds.
 
I can鈥檛 help but I can retweet and hope someone else does!
 
Thread, and a reminder that Twitter can be useful and uplifting at times. >>
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Try the Jacksonville news stations?
 
 
.@TizzyEnt This is a feel good one to investigate 馃グ
 
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Hey Rose, try the responding law enforcement office. Even if his name isn鈥檛 on the accident report, they may be able to help. And often like doing good guy work. Two cents
 
 
Omg make this happen. My husband has done this twice and held the hands of women who were in shock after their accidents. It makes a difference
 
This is the type of thing that makes this not a hellscape
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
Ask the EMTs, police at the scene.
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
I hope you find him 馃А
 
Florida friends! (And Georgia ones, too, since Jax is right on the border.)
 
Florida peeps, can you help with a retweet please?
 
C鈥檓on, Twitter, do that heartwarming thing I know you鈥檙e still capable of doing:
 
 
Be a good carebear and share!
 
Hey Twitterverse, help find this possible Florida man possibly in the Jacksonville area. He deserves a thank you! Would be great to see this story complete. 馃槉
 
Wow.

Please share. 馃У
 
Signal boosting... maybe one of you know this mystery hero?
 
Come on, for all of the good of Twitter, let's help find this hero!!! Please retweet! 馃挄
 
 
Thread馃У unrolled: https://t.co/8UJ92QylKm
 
Looking for a hero from December 2020 near Jacksonville FL 馃憞
 
 
In reply to @TheRickWilson
@TheRickWilson - you鈥檙e in Florida. Can you help spread the word.
 
 
 
We will miss this place when it's gone
 
Hopefully the report will have his contact info but if not, hey Twitter...
 
please signal-boost this!
 
 
 
 
In reply to @rose_sinister
@rose_sinister is searching for a hero who stopped to help after an accident on I-10 near Jacksonville, FL about 2 years ago. Please pass it along.
 
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