A dozen Good Samaritans stunned witnesses when they rescued a woman by lifting a 3,000-pound Jeep off of her after she was pinned under the vehicle in a downtown collision.

“It was one of the most amazing things I’ve seen in my life,” witness Jackie Marten said.

“Just people walking by and going ‘we need to get this vehicle off’ and [they] just hauled this vehicle off — just took it right off of her.”

The pedestrian, said to be a middle-aged woman, was hit at Jarvis and Wellesley streets around 5:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Within minutes a group of strangers banded together to lift the vehicle off the victim.

Some of the Good Samaritans then administered first aid while they waited for paramedics to arrive.

The woman suffered serious injuries, but she’s expected to recover.

There’s no word yet on charges.