Authorities in Texas released video that shows a good Samaritan chase down a drunken driver who tried to run from the scene of a crash that killed an off-duty Texas police officer.
The video, obtained by Fox 4 Dallas, shows the aftermath of a November 2021 crash where 26-year-old Dylan Molina drunkenly plowed his rented Jeep at a high rate of speed into a white sedan in a Lake Worth, Texas, intersection.
The white sedan was driven by off-duty Euless Police Detective Alex Cervantes, who died at the scene while his wife and two boys were injured.
Molina attempted to flee and is captured on video running away before he falls and is physically restrained by a man who was shouting profanities at him and telling him to stop.
"You stay right there, motherf---er! You see what you did?!" the good Samaritan shouts. "You f---ing killed somebody, you motherf---er!"
Molina pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter in January and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.