It not the firemen’s job or the cops job it’s the job of the tow and recovery company the firefighters and the cops just caused more injuries to the people in the vehicle. I don’t always agree with the whole – all cops are bad – thing, but my guess is this will make you chuckle. The way I see it… He knew someone was going to need to be in it, to stop it from rolling away – as it did at the very end of the video. Once a firefighter always a firefighter shirt. This cop is a hero for thinking outside the box – by “jumping” in it! To be fair! Both jobs are dangerous and demanding. I hope he didnt get hurt. I would feel bad for laughing. But I would still laugh.
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Lol… when the fire department and police try to do the job of the wrecker operator. I would love to see the rest of the video as the truck rolls down the road. It cuts just as it started rolling away with the cop in the back. Once a firefighter always a firefighter shirt. I worked at this office building before and we watched this lady try to make a 90 degree turn that obviously didnt work out very well and she got stuck over the concrete barrier… an office of about 10 guys decided to see what we could do and managed to lift the car off and back into the driving path. We were sure proud of ourselves. What matters is everyone works as a team to get a job done.
Hurt on the job that officer was flying throw the air ..its not a plane he’s not faster then a bullet ..but he can land in the back of the truck faster than snortSo I guess using airbags or vice spreaders to help lift the vehicle just wasn’t an idea the safety officer had, let’s just use all the man power we have think smarter not harder. That’s karma…if you take a very close look, the police officer in question (gray hair) wasn’t doing anything, just holding on to the truck without using any force…main reason he flew into the air HOLDING INSTEAD of PUSHING. Now that my lovely cocktail is all over my clothes and table, I have stopped laughing and choking, I would love to see the immediate expression on the officers face.