There is a road in Louisiana called "The Dragon".
Josh Johnston frequently rides this road, but a trip two weekends ago was out of the ordinary.
A man and woman pulled up on a bike and said they heard somebody hollering.
Josh looked down the ravine to see if he could find anyone and saw guy down there, but he was just looking at him with this blank stare. He wasn’t saying anything or moving. Josh then started the dangerous climb down to help.
Philip Polito was killed when he slowed down and was hit from behind by his friend Kevin Diepenbrock’s bike and they both went off the road and down into a ravine.
Kevin had 12 broken ribs and a total of 17 breaks, some of which are hairline fractures on his spine, two punctured lungs, bruises and scratches.
Kevin, recorded cell phone videos for his loved ones, not knowing if he’d ever see them again.
He was there for 30 hours, yelling for help and sharing tons of other motorcycles drive by
It was hard for rescuers to get there and there was no cell service. Johnston’s friend, still on the highway, called Blount County rescue crews to pull Diepenbrock out.
Josh said he was in a flight or fight mode. Only thing he could think of was get him out of there no matter what.