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A 21-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of felony drunken driving in connection with a crash in Escondido that left him unconscious in his burning car until a police officer pulled him to safety.
Moments after arriving in the area, a patrol officer found Sierra slumped unresponsive in his burning sedan and tried to put out the flames with a fire extinguisher. When the attempt failed, the officer got into the car and dragged Sierra out.
Body camera video released Tuesday shows the rescue. Officer Joseph Putulowski told 10News how he did it and showed the body camera on his vest that recorded it all. He remained calm while nervous bystanders watched on as flames grew from under the hood.
originally posted by: VoidHawk
Has the vid been changed? All I saw was a guy telling us what he did, there was no vid of him pullin anyone from the car??
originally posted by: freakjive
a reply to: aboutface
No problem. As I stated, I have my own issues due to personal experiences, but I know there are a lot of the good guys out there. It's worth sharing those stories too.
I think you can tell from the lack of response to this thread, that the overall attitude toward the police is jaded. None can be bothered to recognize the good due to the saturation of the bad.