The sickening moment a white supremacist drove into crowds was caught on camera by a woman whose fiance saved her life by pushing her out of the way.
Marissa Blair was live-streaming on Facebook when she was almost hit by a speeding Dodge Challenger while at a counter-protest in Charlottesville on Saturday.
The 27-year-old was heroically saved by her fiance Marcus Martin, 26, when he pushed her out of the car's path, breaking his leg in the selfless action.
Her shocking video shows the moment before the vehicle ramed into innocent people and the tragic aftermath of the incident.
The sickening moment a white supremacist drove into crowds was caught on camera (pictured) by Marissa Blair, who was live-streaming on Facebook during the tragic incident in Charlottesville, Virgina, on Saturday afternoon
Blair's shocking video show the moments before the vehicle rams into innocent people and the tragic aftermath of the incident. Pictured: A photograph of the car driving into the crowd
Before the car struck, the video shows peaceful counter-protesters walking down the streets of the city, chanting, laughing and having a good time, Blair said.
She added to the DailyMail.com: 'We were saying, "Whose streets? Our streets!" and just having a good time. We were right at the intersection, deciding to go right or left. We went left.
'We hear a commotion from the top of the street. It happened so fast. I felt myself shoved out of the way. [Martin] had pushed me out of the way.'
The heart-stopping footage shows Blair being shoved away from the street and onto the sidewalk, as the videos shakes while the crowd runs for safety.
Blair realizes that