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Police and Law Enforcement News
Sunday, February 24,
2013  10:37
p.m.

 

It really doesn't get much more dramatic that this. 

This is true heroism.

First, the back story from The Blaze.

The dramatic dashcam video shows officers pulling passengers yelling for help out from a burning car during a fatal crash early Sunday, August 28.

The 17-year-old driver was killed, but the tragedy could have been much worse if it hadnít been for the bravery of the officers who pulled out the three other trapped teenagers from the burning car. The three survivors were taken to the hospital where two of the them will have lengthy hospital stays according to KCCI.

Police say a speeding car crashed into the teensí car after failing to stop at a traffic signal. The driver of the speeding car has been charged with vehicular homicide according to ABC 13.

Below is the video:

 

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