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A photojournalist at the scene of a California car crash sprung into action to save the driver just seconds before a fiery explosion.

As seen on "Happening Now," a photographer was taking photos of an accident scene on New Year's Day when another car slammed into the car that had initially crashed.

The photographer, Austin Raishbrook of RMG News, was able to pull the driver out of the SUV just before it became engulfed in flames.

"Less than five seconds to live, and I just managed to get him out. ... I couldn't live with myself if I didn't try to get him out," Raishbrook said.

Police have not released the updated condition of the driver.

Watch the video above, and share your thoughts on this hero's actions.


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