First responders save 11-year-old from burning car
Posted on Monday, August 31st, 2020 at 2:14 pm
GRAHAM, WA – An off-duty police officer and a Sheriff’s Deputy saved an 11-year-old girl from a burning vehicle after a collision on the 8200 block of 224th St E caused both cars to erupt in flames.
Graham Fire and Rescue reported the incident on their Facebook page Sunday afternoon. The off-duty Tukwila police officer and Pierce County Sheriff’s Deputy witnessed the rear-end accident around 5 p.m. Saturday, which caused both cars to catch fire. The 11-year-old girl was unconscious in the backseat of one of the vehicles.
Police are still investigating this accident.
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