I was driving to Vegas a couple of months ago and I was coming down the hill right before you cross from California into Nevada at Primm. I was actually heading to Utah to see some family so I was driving in the middle of the night as to avoid the traffic coming out of CA and also to get through Vegas before daylight. I looked a head and saw cars swerving to avoid something. As it was dark it was hard to see until you got right on top of it.
When I got close I saw a car upside down in the left lane of traffic. None of it lights work and it was broadside to traffic so you could not see it. I pulled over to the side of the road turned on my flashers and then proceeded to make my way to the vehicle. There was still a lady inside hanging upside down in her seat being held by her seatbelt. I ran back to my car and got my magnetic lights out of the back and put all 6 of them on the side of her car. Then I was able to get her out of the car. By this time I had help as several other people saw what was going on and stopped to help me. Once we got her to the side of the road we finally saw the CHP on their way to see what was going on. I left my flashers on her car and took off but had that good feeling you get when you help someone and don't expect anything in return.
I really do think that having Emergency Magnetic Flashers to put on her car in that situation could have possibly saved her life.