Danville police arrived at the scene of a crash Wednesday afternoon on Chesnut Street to find a utility pole snapped in half over a sport-utility vehicle, downed power lines, and the driver of the car sitting on a porch after having been pulled from the wreckage by a neighbor. A man nearby was then quickly arrested by the responding officers for allegedly violating a protective order the crash victim had against him.Sgt. Glenn Doan said the driver, Alicia Anderson, 29, was transported by Boyle County Emergency Medical Service to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries and was not interviewed at the scene. Doan also confirmed Adam Confer, 35, of Danville was arrested and charged with violating a protective order and second-degree disorderly conduct. Confer was not in the vehicle at the time of the crash.Witnesses say the woman lives only a few houses from where her car snapped the utility pole.William McAninch, who lives across the street from where the crash occurred, pulled the woman from the 2002 GMC Envoy. “She couldn’t breath,” he said. “I wasn’t scared or anything. The pole was blocking her door. I pushed the pole off her door and was about to break a window or something when I noticed her window was open enough for me to reach in and unlock it. I pushed the pole off the car and got her door open and her seat belt off and got her out. She took a big gulp of air then.”The airbags in the SUV¿did not deploy.McAninch said he was watching “Full Throttle” when the crash occurred and thought at first what he was hearing outside was coming from his TV. Once he knew it was a real crash, he said, he did not hesitate to risk possible live electrical lines to help.“That’s what I’d want somebody to do for me,” he said.Alysson Faulconer was in her bedroom when she heard not only the crash that ended just feet from her front porch but the tires squealing before it happened. “I¿came out of my bedroom expecting to see that a car had come right through the front of the house,” she said.Faulconer said she saw McAninch pull the injured woman from her car and called 911 about 3:15 p.m. She ran back inside her house and got a blanket, she said. “And a pillow. I didn’t know what else to do to help.” It was her porch where police found Anderson curled up, surrounded by neighbors, when they arrived.“I¿saw them take a guy down the street away in handcuffs,” Faulconer said. “I¿heard there was an argument and that she jumped in her car and took off.”Police confirmed Anderson had left from her residence just up the block.A neighbor directly across the street from the accident heard the crash and thought a car had just hit his house — again.“September 18th,” said Charlie Vaught, who has lived on Chesnut Street since 2004. “A car crashed into my house. Totaled my car.”The hospital reported Anderson’s condition as “stable” shortly after her arrival.