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INCREDIBLE VIDEO: Off Duty Cop Saves Man's Life After Horrific Gas Station Crash

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WHITE PLAINS, New York - A man in New York had an diabetic episode while driving, causing his to crash his car into a gas station pump. Flames erupted as soon as his car hit the pump at a very high speed and if it hadn't been for a quick thinking, off-duty cop who reacted to the scene in a matter of seconds, the 70-year-old driver would not be alive today. Just moments after the off-duty cop, pulled the unconscious man from the vehicle, both cars lit up in flames.
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