‘Good Samaritan’ tells crash victim he’s there to help, then does the unthinkable

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IRVING, Texas — A woman was scared and dazed, trapped upside down in her vehicle after her car rolled three times during an accident in Texas.

But it’s what happened after the crash that is even more unsettling to her and her family.

In a post that since has gone viral, Joshua Smith said a man posing as a Good Samaritan robbed his sister, Kimberly, who was the driver in that car.

Joshua Smith said in the post that the crash happened Sept. 27. He said a man stopped to “help” his sister, and even found her purse for her. He then said he was going to call 911.

While Kimberly begged the man to stay with her, he ended up getting in his truck and taking off. It turns out he had her wallet, cash, ID and credit cards with him.

Kimberly was able to get out of her car and sat by the side of the road, KHOU reports. Another stranger stopped and called 911.

Shortly after, Joshua wrote his post on Facebook:

“If anybody has a “friend” that is bragging about robbing some girl after she flipped her car this morning, please be a real friend and let us know. He is described as a tall, skinny black male, in his 30’s, driving a red pickup truck.”

KHOU reports that Kimberly suffered only cuts and bruises.

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