Good Samaritan rescues bus driver, passengers during Houston flooding

The bus driver climbed through the driver’s side of the window as Castellanos helped her down. Castellanos carried the driver to safety at a nearby McDonald’s. “Yeah, it was scary,” Castellanos said. Bellfort After ditching his own vehicle that was submerged in water, Castellanos ended up rescuing three people from the bus. You need Flash to watch this video.Sorry, your browser doesn’t support Flash, needs a Flash update, or has Flash disabled.EMBED </>More News VideosGood Samaritan rescues METRO bus passenger from high water in southwest Houston. The guy is really, really brave,” Victor, said. “It was about 4 feet, 6 inches deep.”Several other people who were able to get out of their vehicles sought shelter at the McDonald’s until it was safe to leave. Minutes later, Castellanos returned to the bus to help a passenger, only identified as Victor, climb out to safety.Victor said he grabbed the hand rails above as the water rushed into the bus.”Wow. HOUSTON — A Good Samaritan jumped into action and rescued a driver and two passengers from a bus that was stuck in rising water in Houston.Video from ABC7 sister station KTRK in Houston shows Carlos Castellanos walking through high water toward a bus that was stalled in southwest Houston on Wednesday. “I was scared. The water kept rising and rising and rising.” You need Flash to watch this video.Sorry, your browser doesn’t support Flash, needs a Flash update, or has Flash disabled.EMBED </>More News VideosMETRO bus flooded at Southwest Freeway and W.