A person who renders assistance in an emergency that is life-threatening to the occupant
of a wrecked, disabled, or abandoned vehicle or that is creating an immediate hazard
on a public roadway or who renders emergency assistance as directed by a law enforcement
officer or other emergency responder at the scene of a motor vehicle accident is immune
from damages arising from acts or omissions related to the rendering of assistance
unless the damages are occasioned by the gross negligence or by the willful or wanton
acts or omissions of the person rendering the assistance.
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