Police officer protects student from being hit by car
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A policewoman stops a car from hitting a student.
A policeman gets hit by a car A police officer is hit by a car during an accident on the highway. He takes the time to push the person who is with him to protect him.
Police Flip Suspect’s Car in Chase Occurred on October 15, 2017 / USA "My two kids and I were sitting in traffic on our way to lunch. That’s when I saw five police cars with flashing lights start heading our way and so I started video recording. I didn’t notice that the police were chasing anyone until after I started videoing. The suspect passed right next to me almost taking off my side mirror. Just as the suspect past me, the Georgia State patrol car performed a pit maneuver and pushed the vehicle into the median, flipping it right in front of me with perfect technique. The suspects' injuries were minor and police found narcotics inside the vehicle. The man in the passenger was involved in an officer shooting and hit-and-run two years prior."
Fake police officer detained in Florida Man posing as a policeman , with his motorcycle and his lights, making use of an escort license to funeral cars . He has been through this several times, and apparently wanted to feel like a cop.
A police car hits a cyclist Today a local police officer struck me head on while turning onto my road. I was motionless at a stop sign, and he was looking down reading his phone.
Patient policeman versus a very drunk and annoying dude Body camera footage released by the Spokane Police Department Wednesday shows how Sgt. Eric Kannberg was dealing with one drunken individual when another person approached him and intervened. During the incident, went on for nearly four minutes, Kannberg asked the individual to step away from him multiple times and, at one point, the man hit the officer's hand. Eventually, after running down the street, Kannberg caught up with him and took him into custody.
Instant Karma for a cyclist who is running a red light Occurred on May 28, 2018 / Auckland, New Zealand My wife bought me a dash-cam for my birthday to use in my truck. It's been up and running for months with relatively uneventful things happening. All until yesterday, where a cyclist coming from my right decided not to stop for a red light. The light was green for myself and the truck in front to proceed ahead, however he spotted a police car on the left and honked his horn to alert the officer to the unlawful cyclist. The officer did a U-turn with lights and sirens on and stopped the cyclist. Instant Karma at its best!
Thieves Steal Washing Powder From Overturned Lorry A bunch of thieves took off with boxes full of washing powder after a lorry overturned on a road in South Africa. The lorry was full of boxes of MAQ brand washing powder when it overturned in the Midvaal municipality of north-eastern South Africa’s Gauteng Province. A video shot by a passenger in a passing car shows hundreds of people at the scene, with many standing on the side of the felled lorry. Many vehicles are parked nearby as people pull over to help themselves to the free goods. A police officer is seen talking to a driver but he seems powerless to stop the looting frenzy going on behind him.
Race chase between the Geneva Police and a Clio 28.03.2018 A man on a bike was the collateral victim of a chase this Wednesday early in the afternoon in the city. He was hit by a car trying to sow the police. "The vital prognosis of the cyclist, born in 1990, is not engaged, says Jean-Claude Cantiello, spokesman of the police. But he was taken to the emergency department of the cantonal hospital. "At 1:30 pm, a patrol that was circulating at Bergues' wharf spotted a suspicious vehicle and triggered his siren. The car, with French plates, then fled. After crossing the Mont-Blanc bridge and taking the road to Chêne, the crazy car hit the man on a bicycle. Shortly after, the motorist, a Frenchman born in 1985, lost control of his craft at the crossroads with the Avenue de l'Amandolier. He is unscathed and has been arrested. The reasons that led him to flee the police are not yet known. The lurch of the suspect car caused a partial closure of the Oak Road in the early afternoon and disrupted traffic.
Rescue of a foal in the mud (Russia) Footage captures the touching moment police officers rescued a newborn foal near Shpakovsky District in Russia's Stavropol Region. The police arrived at the scene of a car accident to find a horse and foal stuck in mud nearby. The owner of the animals later explained that the foal was born shortly before the accident and the team was headed back to their stall when both horses broke loose. A police officer and the horses’ owner joined efforts to pull the foal out of mud. The mother horse restlessly watched her baby emerging from the sludge. The horses were later reunited with their herd, both reported to be in satisfactory condition.
MOTORCYCLIST CHASES HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER I was coming home from a long day at work and the gym. As I was approaching the 215 fwy I noticed a black car driving very erratic. I started to move over into the right lane and that's when he went into the WRONG lane and ALMOST hit head-on with another vehicle, side-swiping it instead and continued down 100 yards to hit 2 other vehicles. The black Mercedes sedan came to a stop while a Fire Marshall in the area called in for help. A few seconds went by and the driver of the Mercedes backed up his wrecked car and then fled the scene onto the 215 fwy going south
I made the split-decision to pursue the hit-and-run driver due to the fact that he appeared to be under the influence and might hurt or kill someone. Driver had tried to stop at different locations to hide. I chased the driver all the way to the city of Moreno Valley until he gave up near the Cottonwood and Frederick intersection.
CHP was the first on the scene along with a few Moreno Valley Police Officers. Officers had detained the driver until a Colton Police Officer came and arrested the suspect.
Bodycam Shows Fatal Police Shootout in Grand Rapids, Michigan The Kent County prosecutor says Grand Rapids officers were justified in fatal shooting of 18-year-old man during a gun battle earlier this month. Prosecutor Chris Becker released his decision Tuesday, along with dash camera and body camera video showing the May 3 shooting of Malik Carey. The footage from dashcams and bodycams shows officers approach Carey as he was seated in the back seat of a car on Dickinson Street near Kalamazoo Avenue SE. They were looking for him in coordination with Grand Rapids Public Schools because he hadn’t been showing up for class. Prosecutors say Carey gave a fake name, so officers waited to get a picture of him to confirm he was the person they were looking for. In the meantime, Carey and one of the officers chatted nonchalantly about Carey’s dreadlocks.