The total stranger risked her life to stay with the man until help to arrived, now that stranger is not a stranger anymore.
How else do you say thank you to someone who risked their life just to sit and talk to a family member in trouble?
"I am so glad you were there for him, thank you so much," said Stephanie Adlock, the wife of the man in the SUV.
Earlier this week Stephanie's husband had a seizure while driving and rammed several other vehicles before rolling his SUV and getting stuck upside down.
Dori Oiler was at a drive up window of Walgreens close to site of the accident.
She saw that Stephanie's husband was in trouble she ran to help, when there was nothing she could do to get him out, she just climbed in the window of the rolled SUV to sit with Stephanie's husband.
Stephanie first heard of this story from watching KTAB news.
Stephanie says her husband is doing better and she and her two kids wanted to thank Dori for her act of bravery.
An act that she says she did because she hopes someone would do the same for her family.
Dori is a professor of art at McMurry University.
She was reluctant at the scene to go on camera and talk about what she did, so Victor had to do some coaxing to get her to explain what happened.