Bodycam Shows Harris County Deputies Saving Man From Burning Car

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Deputies from Constable Ted Heap’s Office recently made a dramatic rescue, pulling a driver from a burning vehicle just before flames engulfed the car in which he was trapped. The driver, a 20-year-old man from Northwest Houston, fell asleep at the wheel a little before 6 a.m. on Sunday, December 8, and crashed into a tree in the 15200 block of Clay Road. A Precinct 5 sergeant on his way home from his shift found the vehicle on fire while a wrecker driver tried in vain to get into the car and help the trapped driver. The sergeant and other deputies called to the scene used multiple fire extinguishers to temporarily slow down the spreading flames while they worked to free the driver, whose right foot was caught underneath the damaged dashboard.

Deputies struggled to free the injured driver as the flames spread into the car’s interior. At last, after cutting the driver’s pants, deputies were able to pull him to safety just before the passenger compartment became fully engulfed. “These deputies showed incredible courage as they worked together to save this man’s life,” said Constable Ted Heap. “You never know, until you find yourself in a situation like this, how you’ll react. The way they responded under extremely stressful and dangerous conditions makes me proud to wear the same Precinct 5 badge.” The driver suffered multiple broken bones in the crash and was taken to a nearby hospital. He is still recovering from surgery but is expected to make a full recovery. The deputies escaped relatively unharmed with only singed hair and superficial burns.

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33 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows Harris County Deputies Saving Man From Burning Car

  1. Amazing to think that out of all those many minutes, and many attempts, it came down to pulling that guy out with 11 seconds to spare, before the flames moved and engulfed the area where he was stuck. BETTER THAN CGI MOVIES !!

  2. This is what the news doesn’t show Americans. They scream defund the police but these men are who they would be defunding, these men are who they want to get rid of these men are who they are targeting and killing. These are the type of men and women that FAR out weigh the small percentage of bad cops. They ALL jeopardized their life to save a man they never met and will likely never see again!!!!!!

  3. Guy with extinguisher…."One retardent squirt, ah ah ah. Two retardent squirts ah ah ah ah. Three……ah ah ah." He left his brains back at that left turn at Albuquerque……..

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