Published: Sun, June 04, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Ex-Diamondback Luis Gonzalez helps woman out of auto after wreck

Ex-Diamondback Luis Gonzalez helps woman out of auto after wreck

The Arizona Republic reported that Gonzalez and two other men pulled the woman to safety after a auto next to hers burst into flames following a traffic accident. "I just reacted. I didn't think about it, to be honest with you", said Gonzalez, 49.

Gonzalez was with two friends in a auto at about 5:30 p.m. Friday when a vehicle in front of them jumped the median and smashed into the woman's auto head on.

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Artie Cuffari, one of Gonzalez's friends, said they saw the other auto jump the median before it collided with the woman's vehicle.

Cuffari helped the other driver while the second companion called 911. "I was just trying to get the lady out of the auto". "She was a little dazed and groggy".

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The former Diamondbacks All-Star and World Series hero jumped into action after witnessing a head-on crash that resulted in the woman's vehicle bursting into flames. "I was following in another vehicle and I saw it". He also played for the Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles Dodgers and Florida Marlins.

Gonzalez played 19 seasons in the majors and helped deliver a World Series title in 2001 with a walk-off hit off Mariano Rivera in Game 7 against the Yankees. He is now the Senior Advisor to the President and CEO of the Diamondbacks.

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