An Idaho woman who helped rescue a child from a burning truck could face criminal charges.
Thirty-four-year-old Tequila Isaacson was driving through Snoqualmie Pass in Washington state on Sunday when she saw a pickup truck in flames at a rest area.
Isaacson said the boy's parents were trying to get him out while another man called 911.
So Isaacson broke the glass door of a coffee shop to get a fire extinguisher.
Isaacson said a trooper later told her she would need to pay to replace the glass door or could face burglary charges.
No charges have been filed yet.
Woman who helped save boy from burning truck may face charges