'Good Samaritan' Clay Roberson pulls man from fiery I-40 wreck

The North Carolina Highway Patrol says a Sanford man might not be alive today if it weren't for . The former UNC football player pulled garbage-truck driver Robert Jay Leffer from a fiery, five-vehicle wreck on Interstate 40 this week. The wreck began when Osmar Guillermo Perez Vicente, 28, cut across several lanes of traffic trying to exit onto Wade Avenue. Vicente then swerved and hit a minivan, tossing that vehicle into a garbage truck. The garbage truck overturned and caught on fire, and that was Roberson sprang into action. (


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