Following the controversy that he was into, the acquitted murder suspect, George Zimmerman, has managed to demonstrate his philanthropic side by rescuing a family after a car accident.
According to recent news reports, while Zimmerman was traveling along a highway in Sanford, Florida at around 5:45 in the afternoon of July 17, he noticed an overturned SUV off the road. As a prompt response, he reportedly sprang into action along with another man. They helped all four of the passengers, two parents and two children, to get out of the wrecked vehicle, according to media sources.
Fortunately, there were no reported injuries following the accident. Meanwhile, officers told the media that Zimmerman was not a witness to the incident and in fact left immediately after contacting the deputy.
Based on initial investigation, the SUV was traveling toward an off-ramp on State Road 417 when its driver lost control. As a result, the vehicle went off the road and rolled over.
Incidentally, this has been a rough month for Zimmerman after he was accused of shooting and killing Trayvon Martin on the night of July 13 but was eventually acquitted of the crime.
Such incident only teaches everyone a lesson. Even though someone had been branded as a villain, it doesn’t necessarily mean that he or she could never have the chance of being hailed as a hero, reminded by a car accident attorney in Los Angeles.