A group of good Samaritans managed to rescue a woman from under an SUV on Sunday night by "collectively lifting" the heavy vehicle off the ground, according to police.

Video posted to Twitter shows the frantic scene unfolding, as a dozen bystanders rush to the aid of the pedestrian trapped at the Lower East Side intersection. After about a minute, they manage to tilt the heavy vehicle on its side. One of the helpers can be heard screaming: "She's out!"

A spokesperson for the NYPD confirmed that the 25-year-old woman was not seriously injured.

"Eyewitnesses and bystanders came to the victim's aide by collectively lifting the Mercedes off the ground, which allowed the victim to slide out to safety," Detective Arlene Muniz told Gothamist. "The victim only suffered pain, cuts, and bruising, and was treated and released at the hospital."

A preliminary investigation revealed that the pedestrian was walking in the crosswalk when she was struck by the 65-year-old driver, who was making a right onto Delancey heading toward the Williamsburg Bridge from Norfolk Street. Public records show the vehicle has racked up 63 total parking and camera violations in the last six years.

Following this crash, the driver was issued a Failure to Yield ticket. "No further criminality" is suspected, police said.

Earlier in the weekend, a 90-year-old man was killed while walking less than a mile away in Chinatown. According to the NYPD, the victim was hit by the driver of a Ford Escape near Elizabeth Street while trying to cross Canal early Saturday morning—the second pedestrian fatality this year on the notoriously dangerous crosstown route.

That driver was not arrested and an investigation remains ongoing.