Bodycam Shows Atlanta Officers Save Man Having Seizure In Fiery Car

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Atlanta, Georgia — On April 25, 2021, The Atlanta Police Department Zone 4 officers were called to an auto accident with a car on fire. Upon arrival, officers observed that the driver was having a seizure. Responding officers went into life-saving mode and aimed their attention at freeing the driver from the locked car and putting out the fire. They were able to pull the man from the burning car and both the driver and the officers were able to get medical attention and are expected to be ok.

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26 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows Atlanta Officers Save Man Having Seizure In Fiery Car

  1. Nails like that should be against policy.
    Her actions i believe were driven by the incompetence heard over the radio and she failed to assess the scene for herself.
    However, what is important is to control youself(primary officer) so you do not create confusion.

  2. I seriously doubt the car was on fire bur rather steaming from coolant given the probable impact being not very severe. The panicking incompetence of the primary officer made everything worse for his fellow officers.
    What disgraceful behavior on the radio and on scene

  3. This is why we need police "citizen- my car was hit I want to make a report I don't care about the man burning to death as we speak, so what he's my skin color or my neighbor"

  4. They save someone's life, and all the Anti-Cop people say is "why are we thanking them? That's their jobs." Yet as soon as they fuck up or do something wrong, they get vilified for it. Such a one sided conversation and way of thinking. They literally saved this person's life, what does thanking them for their good actions have to do with someone being a "Boot licker" or anything about it. So if a Fire Department got there first or EMS and saved her life instead, does that still make someone a boot licker?

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