Victim searching for good Samaritan in car accident

Story Comments Share

Updated: 6/11/2013 11:17 am Published: 6/10/2013 8:42 pm

A woman accused of being high on prescription pills is accused of slamming into a family's truck and injuring a couple.

"We were just hit on our right side very abruptly and brutally," said Wendy Forester.

The victims are recovering and police arrested the suspect.

However, the wife is reaching out to FOX23 News to help her find the person who helped in her time of need.

"She was my angel and I think I would have been worse off without her," said Forester.

Around 7:30 p.m June 5, as the Foresters were leaving Walmart in Owasso, they were hit by a suspected drunk driver.

"She came barreling through and hit us in the front of our car," said Forester. "It was frightening because at first you don't know where it came from."

In the arrest report released to FOX23 News, it shows suspect Susan Chambers, 53, of Collinsville, rammed into the Foresters’ red Suburban with her Ford Taurus.

"Pushed our Suburban 6 feet over," said Forester.

Police believe Chambers was high on Xanax and Lortab.

"That really knocked us silly," said Forester.

She says her husband was pinned in the car and had to get out on the passenger side. She also thought her knees were busted.

"It just felt like they, this knee broke into five pieces," said Forester.

Then she says she saw an angel.

"She was trying to calm me," said Forester. "I am so thankful to her."

She was disoriented but believes the woman is named Cindy and was an off-duty nurse.

"We feel like Cindy was placed there so she could be our angel to help us through a difficult situation," said Forester.

The nurse helped the family mentally, but physically the Foresters are going through sharp physical pain. Mrs. Forester still walks with a crutch and her knees are swollen and bruised.

"It wasn't easy but we are alive and we are thankful for that," said Forester.

She describes nurse Cindy as having short blond hair. If you have heard of the woman or if know who was at the scene you can contact FOX2's Abbie Alford on or @AbbieAlford

Story Comments Share

0 Comment(s)
Comments: Show | Hide

Here are the most recent story comments.View All

The views expressed here do not necessarily represent those of KOKI FOX23 - Tulsa

No comments yet!
CRIME STOPPERS is a citizen-supported program that allows people to report criminal activities anonymously.

The Crime Stoppers Coordinator and the Crime Commission Board of Directors determines the amount of awards and ensures payment to those who provide information, and are responsible for raising money to continue their respective programs
To report a crime call 596-COPS or text a tip by following these directions:
  1. Send text to “Crimes” or “274637
  2. Begin your message with “TIP918
  3. Type your tip and hit send
  4. When the text is received, the sender will receive a PIN number within 10 seconds confirming receipt of the information
  5. The tipster will be instructed to call 911 if an emergency or crime in progress is being reported
Visit the Crime Stoppers web site.
See Also: Webtips
OK Crime Prevention Network

Inergize Digital This site is hosted and managed by Inergize Digital.
Mobile advertising for this site is available on Local Ad Buy.