A social media campaign has reunited a car crash survivor with the two women who helped him.
Christopher Boyle, 25, had been driving when he crashed and suffered injuries on the B979 Stonehaven to Netherley road on Wednesday.
Before the emergency services arrived, a woman helped Chris by keeping him calm while a second woman crawled inside the silver Ford Focus to assist by keeping his neck straight.
Christopher’s sister Stacey posted a status on Facebook on Friday in a bid to track down his rescuers so he could thank them properly.
Stacey, 30, today revealed the family have now been in contact with the people who helped treat her brother.
Stacey said: “This certainly has had a happy ending, we have now spoke to the two women, Victoria, Jo and the paramedic Simon.
“They are genuinely such lovely humble people who still don’t realise how amazing they are.
“Life can change in the blink of an eye and these people were our angels.
“As a family we need them to know that what they done was huge.
“Thanks will never be enough. Thanks for all the public’s help.”