A few seconds before the explosion, police from Austin, Texas, USA rescued a man from a burning truck.
Eduardo Pineda and Chandler Carrera rescued an injured person in the south of Austin. Watch the video.
Officer Pineda said: “As I drove towards the vehicle, a man started yelling that he was trapped in the car. I tried to see him through the window, but the smoke was so great that I had nothing I didn’t see it.” The situation.
Pineda ran to the driver’s door, checked if it was unlocked, and then started smashing the windows. Then his colleague Carrera came with a fire extinguisher.
“My initial plan was to use the camera to avoid injury when a colleague took it out of the vehicle, but I realized that the person in the vehicle was too big and my colleague needed help. I put the camera on the ground and helped him Pull it out.” Carrera explained.
Therefore, two police officers from Austin pulled the injured person out a few seconds before the vehicle exploded.
Carrera said: “This is a joint operation. The ambulance completed the most important part of the job by providing him with help, as did the firefighters who arrived in time and prevented the fire from spreading.”
Only two hours later, Pineda and Carrera were caught in another dramatic intervention. Before the shooting, they intervened near Onion Creek Breenbelt (Onion Creek Breenbelt) and saved the lives of the victims.
“Everyone in the police station is doing such a thing, only our intervention was accidentally filmed with a camera,” the policeman is humble after all.