The Good Samaritan holds a 94-year-old man who is driving on the wrong road on the Texas highway

Tomás Prado was traveling on the highway in Lubbock, Texas, when he noticed that another vehicle was going the wrong way

A helpful man came to the rescue of an elderly woman who was driving down the wrong road in Texas.

Tomás Prado was traveling on the highway in Lubbock, Texas, when he noticed that another vehicle was going the wrong way on August 22.

Prado was immediately frightened by what he saw, but he quickly got into action and started driving the wrong way to alert the driver of his mistake.

Tomás Prado was traveling on the highway in Lubbock, Texas, when he noticed that another vehicle was going the wrong way

Tomás Prado was traveling on the highway in Lubbock, Texas, when he noticed that another vehicle was going the wrong way

"I'm thinking in my head, you know," Do not let today be your last day. She does not know, "he said.

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The man, who drives for a living, felt it was important to get everyone out of immediate danger.

"Personally, if they hit me in the largest transit van I was in, I might not save it, but I could get more than one hit that I probably could," he added. "You know, and that crossed my mind, I would rather hurt myself than see this woman (hurt herself)."

In the short video, the Good Samaritan manages to arrest the 94-year-old woman and get her to stop her car

In the short video, the Good Samaritan manages to arrest the 94-year-old woman and get her to stop her car

In the short video, the Good Samaritan manages to arrest the 94-year-old woman and get her to stop her car

In the short video, the Good Samaritan manages to shoot down the 94-year-old woman and get her to stop her car.

Prado helps the woman get out of the vehicle and puts her safely in an efficient way.

"I think there were things that could have been done better and safer on my part, but I'm glad it worked the way it did," he said, confirming that this was the wildest thing he had encountered while driving 500 miles to the day for work. "I know there was someone who took care of me."

According to Prado, local police told him that the woman was able to get home safely.

Prado helps the woman get out of the vehicle and puts her safely in an efficient way

Prado helps the woman get out of the vehicle and puts her safely in an efficient way

Prado helps the woman get out of the vehicle and puts her safely in an efficient way

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