Transcript for California Teen Rescued From Underneath 6,000-Pound Truck
And now dramatic rescue caught on camera when a hero leapt into action to save a teen pinned under his truck. ABC's kayna Whitworth has the story. Reporter: This terrifying surveillance footage shows the moment 17-year-old Cameron king's 6,000-pound truck fell right on his head. He had been working underneath when the jack tipped over. The whole car just collapsed and I was supporting as much as I could with my neck and shoulders. Reporter: Cameron flailing his airports and yelling for help. When this happened, I thought what's the best thing I can do? First thing, yell and call for help. Reporter: Brian Phillips, a local U.P.S. Driver, making deliveries in the area heard Cameron's screams. I jumped out and see what I could do. Reporter: Phillips jumping into action grabbing Cameron and putting him to safety. He popped out and he was standing up, I couldn't believe he was okay. Reporter: The California teen avoiding major injury, just some scratches to his face and a busted lip, his parents grateful for the hero who stepped in. Thank you, Brian. Thank you again. God bless. We are so blessed and it's a miracle when you see that video when you see his truck go down. Reporter: Overnight the two reuniting, Cameron thanking the man who saved his life. Thank you. Remember the first thing you said when you popped up. Is my truck okay? Your truck is okay. Reporter: For "Good morning America," kayna Whitworth, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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