Minnesota Vikings' KJ Osborn says he and three others helped save a man's life by pulling him away from burning car

    Image of the car posted by KJ Osborn on social media.

    (CNN)Minnesota Vikings' star KJ Osborn says he and three other people helped save a man who was trapped inside a burning car in Austin, Texas, on Sunday.

    "Most of the time the saying goes 'wrong place wrong time.' But this time I believe God had me, us, at the right place at the exact right time," third-year wide receiver Osborn said in a Twitter post on Monday.
    "Last night myself and these 3 absolute hero's helped save a man's life by rescuing him from a vehicle up in flames after a bad crash. A situation I'd never imagine being apart of in a million years.
      "I'll leave you with this. God is real. And His LOVE is real. He will send his angels to be camped around you and provide you with his grace and mercy."
        Osborn posted several photos of the disturbing scene. One showed a burning car with what appears to be a man aiding a person inside.
        Another is a photo of the aftermath of the wrecked and scorched vehicle. And a third of himself, and the three other people who he says helped the man escape the burning wreck.
        CNN has reached out to the Austin police department but did not immediately hear back.
          Osborn of the Minnesota Vikings warms up before a game on November 7, 2021.