READ WHAT REALLY HAPPENED! Hasidic Man Rushes To Overturned Vehicle As Dozens Of Vehicles Just Pass By

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Once again, a Hasidic man has made an incredible Kiddush Hashem, but this incident has more to the story.

As can be seen in the attached dashcam video, a Hasidic man was driving on Route 17 West near Exit 120 on Monday, when he witnessed a vehicle overturned. He immediately parked his vehicle on the shoulder, and ran to offer assistance to the occupants.

Shockingly, dozens of vehicle pass by in both directions, without even one person bothering to stop and see if any help was needed. It took nearly a minute until second person from the opposite direction ran to render aid.

Yehuda (Yida) Leib Weiss, a Pupa Chosid, is the man seen in this video, and he told YWN that when he approached the vehicle, the occupants were all blue in the face. They were all alive thanks to wearing seat belts, but they were trapped in a position which did not allow themselves to open the seat belts and were gasping for air. Weiss quickly cut the seat belts, allowing them occupants to breath normally, and exit the vehicle. They were thankfully all in stable condition.

Meanwhile, in another incredible twist to this story, Weiss tells YWN that he was heading to traffic court where was due to be in front of a judge at the time of this crash. He had received a minor traffic ticket a year ago, while returning from the Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery in Woodridge, where they had just placed Matzeivos for dozens of Mais Mitzvah.

Due to him stopping at the accident, he arrived late to his court appearance. He told the judge what had just happened and why he was late, and the judge praised his actions and dismissed the summons.

[KIDDUSH HASHEM: Hasidic Man And Muslim Woman Rush To Aid Elderly Asian Man On Brooklyn Street]

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)




13 COMMENTS

  1. I understand this site is named “Yeshivaworld” , hence any of the editors or so called journalists have a yehsiva education, but when writing an article without any copy and pasting from outside news sources, please do yourself and everyone else a favor and at least use spell check and grammar check so you dont make an utter fool of yourselves!. This article is full of spelling mistakes and grammar errors. Its really embarrassing

  2. Mi keamcho Yisroel !! I get such a satisfaction when I read such news !! Ahh geshmak !! Raboisay keep it up! Continuing being a עם of chesed making Hashem so proud ! Moshiach will be here soon!!!

  3. Thank you for making a Kiddush Hashem. But I am disgusted, yes disgusted by your use of the sentence Shockingly, dozens of vehicle pass by in both directions, without even one person bothering to stop and see if any help was needed. If I was there I also would’ve passed by. At most I would’ve called 911. I’m not trained in emergency medicine. All I would’ve done is be an onlooker and be a gawker. I was taught if you can’t be of assistance then stay out of the way.

  4. C’mon, he sold the mitzvah to get the ticket dismissed? Unintentionally, of course, since he didn’t ask for that consideration. But by the ticket getting dismissed he gained something for his action.

    On second hand, since it was an aino yehudi it is questionable whether there was a mitzvah.

    So the real lesson learned from this, the mussar haskel, is we now know what to tell a judge if we arrive late or miss or court date.

  5. @git meshiga

    “This article is full of spelling mistakes and grammar errors. Its really embarrassing”

    While we’re at it, that would be “grammatical” errors.

  6. What is the matter with ppl today that they cant just read the story and say wow,nice? No matter how much of a positive story there always has to be someone to find a neg side..why? And if not the story itself lets criticize the writing of the story…lots of ppl out there need to see a therapist ..