"My heart won't stop racing," said Fayelene Smart, who found the SUV in a ditch.
Smart was traveling west bond on the interstate when she saw the whole incident from her rear view mirror.
"And I saw a car veer off the road, coming the opposite direction, and I thought well that's strange, and I looked in the rear view mirror and I saw the car bounce," said Smart.
Greg Goettsch of Abilene Fire department said,"Its very difficult along an interstate highway like this to get an exact address, we are not exactly loaded with buildings with an address around hear, so it's very difficult to pin point something."
When Smart called to report what she had seen, emergency crews could not find the vehicle and at first thought the driver must have exited the road on purpose to reach the frontage road, so dispatch called the witness back twice.
"When they called me back again I got off the highway and headed back this way, and I was like if they can't find them I'll find them," said Smart.
The witness turned around and came down the access road, and stopped at every over pass to look for the missing car.
The driver of the rolled vehicle was standing up and looking out of the car, so the witness walked down to be with her.
Smart said, "I asked her name and ask if she was okay and I told her she could use my phone to call her family and she called her husband, and she called her mom."
The accident that may have gone un-noticed if it wasn't for a witness who knew her eyes were not deceiving her.
"It seemed like the right thing to do and if they could not find her I was and I was not crazy," said Smart.