rescue from

rescue someone or something from someone or something

to save or liberate someone or something from someone or something. I hoped that someone would come and rescue me from this boring person. Nothing can rescue us from the ravages of time.
See also: rescue
References in classic literature ?
To look at your wry face, one would think that our rescue from the Arctic regions was a downright misfortune.
Thanks to the Dorafshars, who run New Leash on Life Animal Rescue from their home in Woodland Hills, Juliet can now recover at their home and wait for a new family to adopt her.
Justin Lisonbee, 19, was alert and in good condition after a tedious rescue from the confines of a 1-foot-wide trench dug to replace a sewer line in front of a Canyon Country home.