Police officers helped save a man’s life who was believed to be driving under the influence in Westland, Michigan, last month.
“Westland police released video of the ordeal, which happened on June 21 and involved police pulling the man out of his burning car after he was doing donuts at an intersection,” according to Fox 2.
When the officers approached the car, they told the man to get out because it was on fire.
However, he did not move and told officers he was “going to the hospital” while they continued urging him to get out of the burning vehicle.
They are showing a great deal of compassion, they’re handling situations and saving people’s lives,” Westland police Lt. Bob Wilkie explained.