17 November 0 Heroes in Wynnewood April Bielinski | Community, Latest News | No comment When two bystanders saw the crash and the car burning, they rushed to the rescue of a mother and her one-year-old baby. By Justin Heinze (Patch Staff) – November 16, 2016 3:39 pm ET WYNNEWOOD, PA — Two bystanders became heroes on Wednesday morning when a car holding a mother and her one-year-old baby went up in flames after an accident. Ryan Porto, of Havertown, and Rachel Atteberry, of Philadelphia, happened to be nearby when the accident occurred. As the car went up in flames, the pair rushed toward the scene. Porto pulled the mother from the burning vehicle, while Atteberry grabbed the baby, first responders reported. “These good Samaritans are the meaning of “HERO”!” Lower Merion police shared on their Facebook page. “Teamwork by all involved,” Narberth Ambulance said in a statement. “Passerby’s can truly make a difference by getting involved.” Both the mother and the baby are safe and are expected to make a full recovery from the incident. Image courtesy Lower Merion Police.Story by Patch.