Police Officers Courageously Pull Pilot Out of Crashed Plane Seconds Before Oncoming Train Slams into Wreckage
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Police Officers Courageously Pull Pilot Out of Crashed Plane Seconds Before Oncoming Train Slams into Wreckage

  • A pilot was lucky to get out of his crashed plane alive after a brave move by police officers who were at the scene
  • The police were seen pulling the bloodied man out of the plane just seconds before a train ripped through it, destroying it completely
  • The pilot, who was alone in the plane, is said to have taken off from a nearby airport before losing power

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Several police officers showed great courage after putting their lives in danger to save a pilot who made a daring emergency landing.

Police Officers Courageously Pull Pilot Out of Crashed Plane.
The police officers were brave enough to save a life. Photo: @LAPDHQ.
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In a video that has gone viral on social media, cops could be seen pulling out a man from the wreckage of a plane that crashed right in the middle of a railway track.

Just after pulling the bloodied man from the plane, one of the officers could be heard shouting "go go go", and seconds later, a train comes ramming into the wreckage.

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From how the train ripped through the crashed plane, it was clear that the pilot had no chance of survival if it were not for the cops who risked everything to save him.

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Reasons leading to crash

According to CNN, the incident happened Friday, January 7, in Los Angeles, and the pilot was the only one in the private, single-engine Cessna 172 plane.

The LAPD's body cam recorded the incident, and there were no reports of injuries suffered on the ground.

The lucky pilot was taken to a regional trauma centre, but the extent of his injuries were not revealed.

He had taken off from the nearby Whiteman Airport before crashing after reportedly losing power.

Waitress pulls driver away from burning car

In similar heroic news, a waitress from Georgia, US, was celebrated for her courageous act that saved a woman's life from a burning car.

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Keelyn Harper, an employee at Roosters Drive-In, was heading home on Thursday, 17, at about 9.30 pm when she saw something burning on the roadside.

According to Fox News, the young lady got out to go and see what was happening when she realised it was a car on fire. Then, getting closer, she could spot someone inside.

Instead of calling 911, Harper knew she had to act and immediately started figuring how she could help as the front of the car was engulfed in flames.

She immediately punched the airbags, which had been triggered in the car, and that's when she saw Ashley Strawn inside.

The young mother, who alluded her reactions to motherly instincts, went on the passenger side and grabbed Ashley, whose legs were still trapped underneath.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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