Off-duty Seattle cop rescues woman from burning pickup

Another danger faced by your local cop when approaching a stopped vehicle.

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Even off-duty they are there to serve and protect, not that this matters to the BLM crowd.

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From Seattle Times: An off-duty Seattle police officer pulled a woman from a burning truck Monday night after a crash near Snoqualmie.

Officer JD Smith was driving home on Interstate 90 when he got caught in a traffic backup, according to a post on the department’s online SPD Blotter.

“I’m in the far left lane and see the back of this pickup truck in the air,” Smith said. “And boom it’s on fire. I just happened to be right there.” Smith said he ran over to the truck and spotted a woman lying in the front seat as the truck burst into flames.

“I couldn’t get the door open. I just pulled 10 — I dunno how many times,” he said. Smith says he managed to pulled the door open when “that…

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