Cop Saves Man in Wheelchair Stuck on Tracks From Being Killed by Train with Seconds to Spare

Lodi Police Department/YouTube
California Cop Saves Man Train

A police officer from Lodi, California is being hailed as a hero after bodycam footage of her saving a man in a wheelchair from being killed by a speeding train at the last possible second was released.

The northern California police officer, Erica Urrea, pulled up to train tracks on Lodi Avenue in her patrol car with quite literally not a second to spare. The bodycam footage shows her running up to the intersection where the tracks meet the road. Stuck right there in the middle of the tracks, as the train warning bells dinged and the train’s whistle bellowed a final warning to move, was a man in a wheelchair, unable to get his chair unstuck or to get out of it.

Watch the video

Finally, Officer Urrea pulls the man out of the chair just — JUST — as the massive locomotive slams into it.

The footage is legitimately insane. (It gave me a jump scare.)

The Lodi Police Department wrote the following on YouTube, describing Officer Urrea’s actions.

On 08/12/2020 at around 844 AM, Officer Urrea was in the area of Lodi Ave and the railroad tracks when she saw a male in a wheelchair who appeared to be stuck on the tracks. She noticed that the railroad crossing arms started to come down and saw that a train was approaching. She immediately exited her patrol vehicle and began running towards the male. As the train was reaching them, she was able to pull the male out of the wheelchair and they both fell back onto the ground. The male suffered a leg injury that was tended to immediately by Officer Delgado (who had arrived to assist) and Officer Urrea. The 66-year-old male was ultimately transported to a local hospital for medical treatment. Officer Urrea risked her own life to save another and her actions prevented a tragedy today. We are extremely proud of Officer Erica Urrea and her heroism.

Nice work Officer Urrea. You’ve got some iron ovaries.

Visit the USSA News store!
Click this link for the original source of this article.
Author: Rob Fox


This content is courtesy of, and owned and copyrighted by, http://rare.us and its author. This content is made available by use of the public RSS feed offered by the host site and is used for educational purposes only. If you are the author or represent the host site and would like this content removed now and in the future, please contact USSANews.com using the email address in the Contact page found in the website menu. The owner of this website may be paid to recommend American Bullion. The content of this website, including the positive review of American Bullion, the negative review of its competitors, and any other information may not be independent or neutral.

USSANews.com Visit our Discussion Forum at Libertati.com