A Michigan police officer along with bystanders are being praised for rescuing an unconscious driver from a fiery crash.
"At the end of the day, it’s just me doing my job like any other officer would," Southfield Police Officer Patrick McCormick said.
In a press conference, Southfield Police Chief Elvin Barren said that a driver of a red Ford Edge was speeding when they ran a red light around 11:30 p.m. in Southfield, Michigan and hit a silver Ford Edge. The red Edge burst into flames, trapping the driver.
McCormick's body camera shows the dramatic footage of the police officer quickly jumping from his police cruiser and running to grab a fire extinguisher. McCormick said that resident Mister Jackson ran from the scene and grabbed a fire extinguisher from a nearby gas station to assist the first responders.