Limo Fire Survivor Says Driver ‘Didn’t Do Anything’ to Help

Source:  Katie Kindelan, Alyssa Newcomb, Anthony Costellano / ABC News

One of the women who survived a weekend limousine fire, killing a bride and four of her friends celebrating her wedding, says the driver did too little to save her friends, which he has denied.

“When he get out from that car, he just opened the door, that’s all he did,” Nelia Arellano, 36, told ABC News affiliate KGO-TV. “I even ask the driver, ‘Open the door, open the door.’ He didn’t do anything.

“I even ask him, ‘Help me, help me,’ because I bring out my head from that compartment and say, ‘Help me,’ so I could squeeze myself over there and slide myself,” she said Monday.

But limousine Orville Brown has a different story, saying that he did everything he could to save his passengers.

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