the Cop Erika Urrea was on Wednesday morning, local time, today's hero in the california city of Lodi, as her swift intervention saved a 66-year-old man in a wheelchair from certain death. It writes lokalmediet Lodi News.
Urrea was on patrol, when she about a quarter to nine as an older man in a wheelchair, who appeared to be caught in a level crossing. At the same time was the british army and on the way down and a train approached, then that had to be traded fast.
A northbound train was moving at high speed, and she rushed in to get him free, telling them of his own making Steve Maynard from the Lodi Police Department on his colleague's heroism.
She had only a few seconds, and for one reason or another she could not get the wheelchair free, so she took hold of him and pulled him out of the chair.
Erika Urreas snarrådige efforts saved the man's life, but it does not mean that he escaped unscathed from the experience. He legs were still påkørt of the train, and he is now in critical, but stable condition at a nearby hospital.
Today's hero has even refused to comment on his work. She is instead left to the Lodi Police Department.
- Cop Urrea risked his own life to save another, and her action prevented a tragedy today.
- We are extremely proud cop Urrea and her heroism, sounds it.