U.S. Pest Protection Employee Saves Couple and Infant from Truck Accident

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An employee from Middle Tennessee pest protection company, U.S. Pest Protection, helped a couple and an infant escape a potentially dangerous roadside situation. Between stops, termite specialist Nathan DeLoyola stopped to help two stranded adults and a baby escape a truck which was about to flip over on the side of the highway.

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We like to think that this sense of selflessness and personal responsibility is something that all of our pest and termite control specialists display each and every day.

Last week, Nathan DeLoyola from U.S. Pest Protection was not just busy helping save people’s homes from termite infestations, but also saving people from the dangers of the roadway. DeLoyola and another highway Good Samaritan were able to help two adults with an infant escape their truck before it flipped over after pulling off to the side of the road.

While traveling down Highway 25 just outside of Gallatin, Tenn., DeLoyola came across a couple stranded on the side of the road after one of their truck tires experienced a blowout. Inside the truck sat a couple and their infant. As the truck began to flip, DeLoyola and another motorist took quick action to hold down the truck giving the couple time to safely exit the vehicle with the baby.

DeLoyola was a bit embarrassed by the attention stating, "I did the right thing, I guess. I just did what I felt was necessary."

U.S. Pest Protection commended DeLoyola’s efforts as courageous.

“We are extremely proud of what Nathan did for those two people and small child,” stated U.S. Pest President Erica Brister. “This is something we wish we saw a lot more of these days – people going out of their way to help strangers. We like to think that this sense of selflessness and personal responsibility is something that all of our pest and termite control specialists display each and every day. It is part of our pledge to help build better communities through service.”

After the couple and child were safely clear of the car, DeLoyola continued onto his next job to finish out what was a truly eventful work day. The situation lends even more evidence to the truth behind U.S. Pest Protection’s commitment to doing the most good for their community, whether through professional pest and termite control in Tennessee or simple random acts of kindness.

About U.S. Pest
For more than 27 years, U.S. Pest has proudly serviced over 15,000 homes around Middle Tennessee and is rated the number one pest and termite company in Tennessee. U.S. Pest Protection offers a wide range of pest and termite control services for commercial and residential customers all across Tennessee with offices in: Nashville, Madison and Hendersonville.

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