BOISE -- A video of bystanders who lifted a burning car off of a motorcyclist in Utah saving his life went viral, and in it are two women from the Treasure Valley.
It is an incredible story of heroism, which made national and international headlines.
Kelsey Alder and Kathryn Grigg go to Utah State University now, but they both graduated from Capital High School last year. Since the rescue, their lives have been forever changed.
KTVB caught up with the girls in Los Angeles via Skype just after they made an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Kelsey Alder and Kathryn Grigg are still in shock over what they were a part of last week.
"We were both sitting in our kitchen in our dorm and Kathryn heard the sound of the crash so she went and looked out the window," said Kelsey Alder. "There was a fire, you could see the fire."
The girls ran outside, they were some of the first people on scene. Kelsey got down on the ground.
"I was looking under the car, I looked under it twice I think," Kelsey described. "The first time I looked under to see where Brandon was, the second time I went down to see if I could get a reaction from him to see if he was conscious. I was like 'Hey, can you hear me?' And he didn't respond, and so I was like okay, we're going to get you out of here."
Kelsey made eye contact with the young man under the car, Brandon Wright.
"His eyes were wide and they were staring right back at me, it was like he knew that he trusted me," said Kelsey.
That's when the group decided to lift the car.
"The whole fact that there was a fire didn't bother me, it never went through my mind, and it clearly didn't stop any of the bystanders," said Kathryn Grigg.
Here at home, word traveled fast at Capital High School.
"They both graduated last year," said Capital High School Principal John Ruzicka. "We are very very proud."
The video even made the morning announcements at school.
"We wanted to highlight the two students involved," said Rob Parsons, a teacher at Capital High.
The girls have been flooded with calls from family and friends and even national TV shows.
They flew to Los Angeles last week to make an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show for their heroic actions.
But the girls say they don't feel like heroes.
"I don't necessarily think we deserve the recognition we did get," said Kelsey. "People are doing this every day, every hour and it just so happened we caught it on film.
"It's nice that we can remind the world that there is a lot of good in this world," said Kathryn.
The man they helped to save held a news conference Thursday to thank all of the people who came to his rescue.
"I just want to thank all the heroes that put their lives on the line to save mine," said Brandon Wright.
"We were able to see the clip but we haven't had a chance to talk to him yet," said Kelsey and Kathryn. "If he wants to talk, we would definitely want to talk and would love to meet him."
The girls say if given the chance, they would do it all again.
"Any chance to save a life is worth it," said Kelsey.
Kelsey and Kathryn are now back in Utah.
They say they plan to go back to regular life, and back to classes at Utah State Monday.