Amazing moment bystanders are trying to save man from a burning car – while he is recovering with his son

A father of three is in the fight of his life after being put in a coma yesterday morning after a fiery crash on a busy road in Sydney.

Charles Williamson, 45, has the support of his wife and three young children who are waiting by his side at the Royal North Shore Hospital, but they have not been able to talk to him yet because he is in a coma.

He was on his way to the Rotary Revival auto show at Eastern Creek when his car was on approaching traffic at King Georges Road, Hurstville, around half an hour in the morning.

Mr. Williamson's best friend, Bill Nabhan, said the family man had just recovered from cancer

Mr. Williamson's best friend, Bill Nabhan, said the family man had just recovered from cancer

Mr. Williamson's best friend, Bill Nabhan, said the family man had just recovered from cancer.

& # 39; That guy who screamed & # 39; is anyone in the car? & # 39; and could not believe no one helped him … (he) deserves a medal, & said Nabhan 7 News.

& # 39; I just can't believe that a person can be that strong to run over there and risk his own life and be virtually burned to get some stranger out of it. & # 39; he said.

& # 39; That car came straight at me & # 39 ;, said Anthony Musumeci, after the car cut his fishing boat.

A father of three is in the fight of his life after he got into a coma yesterday morning after a fiery crash on a busy road in Sydney

A father of three is in the fight of his life after he got into a coma yesterday morning after a fiery crash on a busy road in Sydney

A father of three is in the fight of his life after he got into a coma yesterday morning after a fiery crash on a busy road in Sydney

A driver, passionate about cars, now fights for his life after his vintage car burst into flames on a busy Sydney road

A driver, passionate about cars, now fights for his life after his vintage car burst into flames on a busy Sydney road

A driver, passionate about cars, now fights for his life after his vintage car burst into flames on a busy Sydney road

& # 39; I looked at his headlights … I don't know how to avoid it. & # 39;

Mr. Williamson's beloved Vintage Mazda immediately burst into flames after he was clamped in the center lane, ending up in the weakened vehicle.

CCTV footage shows horrified spectators rushing to save the man, endangering their own lives.

& # 39; Is there anyone? & # 39; Mr. Musumeci shouts repeatedly as he approaches the flames.

CCTV footage shows horrified spectators rushing to save the man, endangering their own lives

CCTV footage shows horrified spectators rushing to save the man, endangering their own lives

CCTV footage shows horrified spectators rushing to save the man, endangering their own lives

Mr. Williamson had the help of his (pictured) son, who was one of the first to use a snake on the spot to put out the fire

Mr. Williamson had the help of his (pictured) son, who was one of the first to use a snake on the spot to put out the fire

Mr. Williamson had the help of his (pictured) son, who was one of the first to use a snake on the spot to put out the fire

& # 39; I can't get it out! & # 39; another distressed spectator responded.

But Mr. Williamson had the help of his son, who was one of the first on the scene, desperately using a snake to try to put out the fire.

His son was driving a separate car, just behind him.

It took almost five minutes to pull the unconscious Mr. Williamson out of his burning car.

But the police say it could have been much worse for the father if it hadn't been for the brave bystanders.

Mr. Williamson was on his way to the Rotary Revival auto show, which boasted of around 500 attendees, where his own vehicle would be central during the event

Mr. Williamson was on his way to the Rotary Revival auto show, which boasted of around 500 attendees, where his own vehicle would be central during the event

Mr. Williamson was on his way to the Rotary Revival auto show, which boasted of around 500 attendees, where his own vehicle would be central during the event

Instead, he now fights for his life with serious burns at the Royal North Shore Hospital after being transferred from St George Hospital

Instead, he now fights for his life with serious burns at the Royal North Shore Hospital after being transferred from St George Hospital

Instead, he now fights for his life with serious burns at the Royal North Shore Hospital after being transferred from St George Hospital

& # 39; The spectators have done exceptional work and without their efforts the driver of that vehicle would certainly have died & & # 39 ;, Chief Inspector Leonard Jones told 9 News.

Mr. Williamson was on his way to the Rotary Revival auto show, which boasted of around 500 attendees, where his own vehicle would be central during the event.

But instead, he is now fighting for his life with serious burns at the Royal North Shore Hospital after being transferred from St George Hospital.

An NSW police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that their investigations are still ongoing, but & # 39; speed can be considered a factor in the crash & # 39 ;.

But instead, he is now fighting for his life with serious burns at the Royal North Shore Hospital after being transferred from St George Hospital

But instead, he is now fighting for his life with serious burns at the Royal North Shore Hospital after being transferred from St George Hospital

But instead, he is now fighting for his life with serious burns at the Royal North Shore Hospital after being transferred from St George Hospital

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