Caught on video: Heroic cops rescue man from automobile inferno

Anyone who doubts “all lives matter” to American police officers needs to see this: A team of Maryland cops rescuing a man from a  fiery car wreck — with all the intense action on video.

The Prince George’s County Police Department released the video Saturday showing the officers and one firefighter pulling the man from the burning wreckage when they realized he was still stuck inside.

“The fire extinguisher did nothing, the flames were way too intense, way too hot,” Officer Nicholas Clayton told Fox News.

“It wasn’t [about] how intense the fire was, how dangerous it actually was,” Officer Jeremy Burch added. “We were just worried about getting him out of the car.”

The unnamed crash survivor is being treated for internal injuries and serious burns. He remains in critical condition but is expected to survive.


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