Ashley Miller was getting off work one night. I was driving my motorcycle in front of her and I wrecked. She pulled over and immediately engaged in saving my life. She used the tools that she still had on her to cut my clothes off and used what she could as tourniquets. But her dedication did not end there. Once emergency services arrived, she followed them back to the hospital and stayed hours to ensure all medical professionals knew what had been done. It had been hours since her shift had ended when she left the hospital after sticking beside me until I was airlifted to Chapel Hill. If not for her dedication, confidence, and courage, I know that I may have died that day.