Bystanders pulled three people from a wrecked car in South Jersey before it burst into flames.

According to a report by 6ABC, the accident occurred just after 1a.m. Saturday along Route 130 in Pennsauken, Camden County.

The passengers, a 20-year-old male, 19-year-old female, and an 18-year-old female, were traveling on Route 130-S when the driver lost control of the car, which slammed into a neighboring traffic light control box and a concrete barrier, 6abc.com reports. The vehicle then overturned twice before crashing through a fence near Crescent Memorial Cemetery.

Passing motorists managed to pull the victims to safety just before the car burst into flames. Talk about a dangerous, yet selfless, act.

The passengers were transported to Cooper University Hospital in Camden. The crash remains under investigation.

SOURCE: 6abc.com