A woman pinned beneath an SUV in Manhattan's Lower East Side was rescued by a group of bystanders over the weekend.

The 25-year-old managed to escape without any serious injuries following the Sunday incident, per a New York Daily News report. According to police, she was crossing the street when a 65-year-old woman in a Mercedes SUV "made a right turn . . . and hit her." That mishap caused additional minor traffic bumps, with the pedestrian ultimately left trapped under the SUV.

Quickly, as seen in tweeted footage of the aftermath, a group of helpful bystanders made their way to the SUV, ultimately lifting it and keeping it lifted long enough for the woman to be pulled to safety.

The woman was later seen "awake and on her phone," per one bystander, with an NYPD spokesperson telling the NY Daily News that she had already been freed and seemed alert upon authorities' arrival on the scene. She was then taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for minor injuries including bruising. Meanwhile, the driver of the SUV in question was slapped with a summons for yield failure.