In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a woman who stopped a kidnapping gets her car stolen in the process. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
In Hawaii, Jennifer Jones witnessed an SUV plow into a concrete barrier right in front of her and immediately pulled over to help.
"There was a woman hanging half way out of the passenger side," Jones described to CNN affiliate KHON.
Jones pulled the woman out of the fiery wreck to safety but noticed there were two men in the car as well, and the driver was acting kind of shady.
That's when one of the men backed away and stole her car.
Jones didn't just respond to the scene of an accident, she helped break up a suspected kidnapping.
The injured victim is expected to pull through and the suspect in the passenger seat was nabbed.
The man who stole her car remains at large.