Cop handles fire faster than fire department

ORLANDO, FLORIDA — On November 4, 2020 at approximately 1:27 a.m., officers with the Orlando Police Department responded to the 1000 block of South Orange Avenue for reports of a two-vehicle accident. A white Mustang had been entering northbound South Orange Avenue from Silver Court when it struck the rear of a green Ford F-250, spinning the F-250 multiple times. The impact caused the Mustang to lose control, striking a concrete wall and utility pole. The vehicle came to a final stop in the intersection of South Orange Avenue and Columbia Street. On fire.

In today’s exclusive, watch as one Orlando police officer takes care of the fire… before the already-on-scene firefighters, moving from there straight to extrication.

Update: both vehicle occupants survived.

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26 thoughts on “Cop handles fire faster than fire department

  1. Cop: Puts intense fire out

    Firefighters:Gdjs rguhvktxbrwbjrm: Computer restarting: Realoading computer: Database corruption being removed

  2. This is a damn shame tbh… the awful response from the firefighters… if those officers weren't there this coulda gone waaaaaay worse

  3. Holy shit he was still alive???
    That's crazy!

    Edit:
    And there was a second guy in there as well???
    Oh my God!

  4. One critical error by the cop telling everyone driver was dead… Caused a ripple effect through the whole proceeding. Took them like 8 mins to even search the car to find the passenger. Everyone saying the cop with the fire extinguisher the hero.. When he just knew he fucked up and was trying to make up for his mistake

  5. Did it really take 5 mins till somebody bothered checking the driver? And after that still it went on slowly. Holy…

  6. Why the fuck were those fire fighters standing around? There is a car on fire and people where inside the car. Did they see the wreak and assume that the occupants were already dead? The officer was the first one to check to see if the people were still alive. All of those fire fighters needs to either be fired or go back to school. This makes my blood boil.

  7. Cop was first on scene.. Why did he not look inside from the window and if he did the fire fighters would of known.. Firefighters just can go and pull people out when people are still alive cause tiny wrong move can end a life and the Department will be sue. If the car fire was bigger then be different action for that part and fire fighters mostly train in dark cause light isn't gonna help.. The cop is assisting that's all.. Not a big deal

  8. Damn that car was annihilated!! When the paramedics heard there was a heartbeat they double checked and I believe I heard one say Damn now we have to get him out here in one piece.

  9. A: you do not use a water extinguisher on an engine fire, the fuel will not allow you to put it out. B: The fire officer showed no sense of urgency. C: Is anyone going to check on the driver? This engine crew mainly the officer of the engine has no sense of urgency!

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