A group of Georgia high school footballers rescue a 50-year-old woman from a smoking car after a serious car accident

A group of Georgia high school footballers rescue a 50-year-old woman from a smoking car after a serious car accident

A moment group of Georgia high school footballers rescue a 50-year-old woman after a serious car accident by prying open her door to pull her out as smoke billows from the vehicle’s hood

  • A group of Georgia high school football players — Cesar Parker, Treyvon Adams, Antonio Carey, Messiah Daniels, Tyson Brown and Alto Moore — arrived at the school Friday when they witnessed the collision
  • The 50-year-old woman was unable to exit her smoking vehicle after the wreck because of a jammed door in Rome, 75 miles north of Atlanta
  • The six students broke down the woman’s door and helped her escape when her math teacher called 911
  • The woman was taken to a local hospital with multiple cuts and bruises but is said to be fine
  • One of the boys’ teachers called 911 and commended his students for their heroism in rescuing the woman from the wreck
  • The police of Rome also praised the students and thanked them for being “examples of which our community can be proud!”.

A group of high school football players in Rome, Georgia jumped into action on their way to school to help a woman trapped in her smoking car after a serious accident.

The six student-athletes were on their way to class at Rome High School when they noticed a multiple car accident and rushed to help those trapped in the vehicles.

Wasting no time, Cesar Parker, Treyvon Adams, Antonio Carey, Messiah Daniels, Tyson Brown and Alto Moore stopped and made their way to the scene where an unnamed woman, 50, was trapped in her smoking car due to a stuck door.

“I had to get out because I knew it was going to be bad, I could see the car being thrown around,” Trevyvon Adams, one of the players, said of the incident in an interview with Fox 5 Atlanta.

Tyson Brown, another of the six boys who rescued the woman, added: “We weren’t really worried about ourselves, we were worried about the woman in the wreck.”

The high school football players are recognized for their community service after they didn’t hesitate to save a life after witnessing a car crash outside their school

The high school football team rescued the 50-year-old woman by prying open her door to pull her out as smoke billowed from the vehicle's hood

The high school football team rescued the 50-year-old woman by prying open her door to pull her out as smoke billowed from the vehicle’s hood

The football players jumped into action when their math teacher called 911

High school cameras captured images of the car crash in Rome, Georgia

A Rome High School math teacher, Luis Goya, was also at the scene and called 911 as the boys rushed to the car.

Pictures and videos captured by the school’s camera system captured the harrowing moments.

Goya took to social media to recall the events, saying the boys “literally started using their power to force open the door so the lady could be released.

“After pulling and pushing the door for a few seconds, the boys finally opened it and helped her out of the car. She was shaking and still panicking but our RHS boys gave her comfort and were able to help.”

Goya added, “The football players from Rome High School really showed up today. They went above and beyond to help this lady without hesitation,” he continued.

Rome Police also took to Facebook following the boys’ heroism, saying: ‘Thank you young men for being examples our community can be proud of! Lead #likeawolf.’

According to police, a small silver car was involved in the accident, which was struck after another car drove in front of it.

The unnamed woman was taken to a local hospital with multiple lacerations and is expected to be fine.

Rome High School math teacher Luis Goya called 911 as the group of students helped rescue the woman from her vehicle

Rome High School math teacher Luis Goya called 911 as the group of students helped rescue the woman from her vehicle

Rome High School football players (left to right) Cesar Parker, Treyvon Adams, Antonio Carey, Messiah Daniels, Tyson Brown and Alto Moore moved quickly into action to help a 50-year-old woman who was involved in a serious car accident

Rome High School football players (left to right) Cesar Parker, Treyvon Adams, Antonio Carey, Messiah Daniels, Tyson Brown and Alto Moore moved quickly into action to help a 50-year-old woman who was involved in a serious car accident

Rome Police also took to Facebook following the boys' heroism, saying: 'Thank you young men for being examples our community can be proud of!  Lead #likeawolf.'

Rome Police also took to Facebook following the boys’ heroism, saying: ‘Thank you young men for being examples our community can be proud of! Lead #likeawolf.’