A woman survived a frightening accident Wednesday night when storms rolled through Northeast Ohio.
"It was just another day of coming home from work. It started to rain and next thing I know, a big wall of water came up. I lost control of the car and I went across the three lanes," said Christine Kollar.
Kollar was driving on I-77 North around Newburgh Heights when her car hydroplaned, hit the median and rolled over three times.
"All I could think about was my sons. I just held onto the steering wheel as hard as I could and took the impact," said Kollar.
Her car ended up flipped upside down.
But she wasn't alone.
Kollar said a man in a blue shirt stopped his car and ran over to her.
"He kept trying all the doors and finally I was able to get the seat belt unlocked and get the door unlocked. He pulled me out of there," said Kollar.
Kollar said two other women put her in their car, out of the rain, until EMS came.
"They were two older women who were going to the hospital. One of them said they had brain cancer and were on their way there for treatment. And they stayed with me until EMS arrived and took me to Metro," said Kollar.
Kollar managed to walk away with just bruises and a slight concussion.
But she also walked away without getting anyone's name.
"If it wasn’t for them stopping, I don’t know where I’d be right now. I just want to thank them," said Kollar.