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A police officer in California had only seconds to save a man from an oncoming train after his wheelchair got stuck in the tracks. Bodycam from Lodi Police Officer Erica Urrea shows her arriving at the scene and running from her patrol car to help. She asks the man if he can get up, but with the train approaching fast, she pulled him from the wheelchair, out of the train’s path. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
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