Father of Family Rescued by George Zimmerman to Hold Press Conference

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 at 9:18 am

As Zimmerman Derangement Syndrome escalates by the day, the Florida family rescued from their overturned vehicle by George Zimmerman last week has decided to speak out. Expect an onslaught of hate from the angry left.

A man who authorities say was helped to safety — along with his wife and children — by George Zimmerman after a roll-over SUV crash in Seminole County last week is expected to speak to reporters today about the accident.

Mark Gerstle, who was driving the Ford Explorer when it overturned about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, will speak in Orlando this afternoon.

According to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, Gerstle’s wife and two children were in the vehicle when he lost control on a State Road 417 off-ramp, traveling off the road and flipping on its side.

By the time a deputy arrived, Zimmerman and another man “had already helped assist the family by getting them out of the overturned vehicle,” sheriff’s spokeswoman Heather Smith said Monday.

“Zimmerman was not a witness to the crash and left after making contact with the deputy,” Smith said in an emailed statement. “There were no reports of injuries to the vehicle occupants.”

The Gerstle family is currently living in fear of the leftwing hate mobs egged on by the racial healers Obama, Sharpton and Jackson.

‘There is so much hatred directed towards him they have got to think about their own family. There are a lot of crazies out there. If they say anything in support of him it could backfire.’

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5 Responses to “Father of Family Rescued by George Zimmerman to Hold Press Conference”

  1. MT Geoff on 24/24/13 at 10:26 am

    Let’s give this incident all of its due and only that. Mr. Zimmerman did what any decent person would do: he helped a shocked family to safety. There are rumors of a fire smoldering but I haven’t seen anything clear about what hazards may have been going on.
    This is compassionate action but, as described at least, not heroic. It’s exactly in keeping with pretty much everything we know about Mr. Zimmerman — the real one, not Sharpton’s lie.
    If anyone is actually threatening the family involved for acknowledging who helped them, that’s vile.
    Please note: in an incident like this, if people in the vehicle are injured and are not in immediate danger, you should try to keep them still in place. They may have injuries that will be made worse by moving them before they’ve been stabilized. If you can, hold their heads firmly and gently where they are, stop any obvious bleeding, and then wait for people and equipment.
    If a victim stops breathing or there’s a real threat, of course, move them as gently as you can and do what needs to be done.

  2. Ragspierre on 24/24/13 at 11:16 am

    Yes, yes… The philosophy that thumps its Collective chest about how “tolerant” and “rational” they are.

    Excellent demonstration of the truth.

  3. Doc on 24/24/13 at 12:00 pm

    I agree with MT about keeping accident victims in place if possible but add an evaluation of the vehicle’s damage needs to be considered….that is, the electrical system and fuel supply MUST be intact and not at all possible to interact…fumes ignite before fluids, so get them out after asking them if they are able to move without pain.

  4. OpenTheDoor on 24/24/13 at 12:37 pm

    Overturned vehicles present a special hazard.
    Fuel runs down hill. Gravity pulls a big battery down on a hood, shorting. The import of removing occupants who are awake and ambulatory far outweighs your concerns over injuries.
    You cannot make a factual assessment of mechanical failures on the side of the road.
    Overturned, get them out!