Florida Deputies Rush To Burning Car With Woman Trapped Inside

It takes a special kind of person to run TOWARDS chaos. Whether that chaos is combat, a bank robber, or a burning car, there are men and women who face the chaos without flinching.

Unfortunately, many without the courage and capacity to run towards chaos love to criticize the sheepdogs. While this comes with the territory, we need to remember that these are the men and women who keep us safe.

Just after midnight on December 29, a Florida woman crashed into the side rail of an overpass. The vehicle was a total wreck and hanging partly over the side, when it caught fire. Multiple deputies arrived on scene and did not hesitate to rush toward the burning car and attempt to rescue the female driver.

Take a look at the body cam footage below, though be warned that it may be disturbing to some viewers. As always, let us know what you think in the comments below!

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11 comments on “Florida Deputies Rush To Burning Car With Woman Trapped Inside”

  1. Wow.Our police and firefighters are hero's. We need more of them to protect us from the criminals that has overtaken our streets, due to politicians that are corrupt. Now Bragg walks in and makes our streets even worse.
    Did you realize this Mayor Adams?

  2. All too often the jaundiced media overlooks the heroic deeds of law enforcement and focuses on the few questionable incidents, usually with a negative distortion!!

      1. You're more than welcome. Like our service men and women, we need to support and defend those who risk their lives for us.

  3. This rescue appears to be an amazing illustration of the "2nd Commandment" of the two that God in Christ gave to his followers, (the two cover the 10 commandments of Old Testament!). What is that 2nd one (?) -- to love your neighbor as yourself! This is polar opposite to movements that use violence, blame and legalized theft rather than personal responsibility in citizenship.

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