Anthony Moss, a 61-year-old preflight inspector from Arlington, Wash., was driving at night when he witnessed an accident in which a soft-top convertible was hit and caught fire Aug. 31, 2018, in Lake Stevens, Wash. After running to the car, Moss said the flames were rapidly spreading inside the passenger compartment where 25-year-old driver David M. Wampler remained. Unable to open the doors, Moss pounded on the passenger window to stir Wampler, who was dazed. Moss climbed onto the hood of the car, reached over the windshield and blindly through heavy smoke, grasped Wampler, whose hair and clothes were on fire. He lifted him over the top of the windshield and patted out flames on his burning hair, before rolling him on the ground to extinguish his burning clothing. Wampler suffered burns and spinal injuries from the impact. Moss suffered minor burns to his hands and arms. They both recovered.