This is the moment a crowd worked together to lift a car off two people who were trapped underneath.
Footage shows the aftermath of the crash in Yibin City, in the south-western Chinese province of Sichuan, with a red car plowing into two people and a white minibus.
Dozens of passersby rush over to help the victims with the clip showing people lifting the car upwards.
The minibus is moved out of the way and the crowd of good Samaritans quickly succeed in getting the car off the injured people.
One of the casualties was a woman in her sixties, who was said to have suffered “major” injuries and may have been left unconscious by the accident.
The other was a young man, who did not lose consciousness during the crash and rescue. It was not clear how seriously he was injured.
They were taken to hospital but their medical conditions were not reported. They were not named.
One of the people who spontaneously worked together to help the pedestrians, a Mr Zhang, said: “Life is invaluable. The first thing to do is to save life.”
Another, named only as Mr Huang, said of the crowd’s actions: “It is out of instinct. He was trapped. My first reaction is to help him out.”
It was not clear whether the driver of the car was injured in the accident.
Police are investigating the causes of the crash and it is not yet clear whether any charges will be brought.