out of danger

See: safe
References in classic literature ?
Nay, sir," says he, "do not talk of being upon your guard; the best defence is to be out of danger.
He made the leap straight and true as an arrow from a bow, and ere Dorothy realized it she was out of danger and standing by Ozma's side.
The Scarecrow dashed in to rescue his Sawhorse, and had his left foot smashed by the hammer before he could pull the creature out of danger.
Weber, who admitted he nervously watched from the dugout as Garcia battled his way out of danger, should have known better.