Dash cam captures officer push burning truck away from fast food restaurant

Ronnie CainFeb 17 , 2017

A police officer in Glenn Heights, Texas is being heralded as a hero after using his squad auto to contain a truck that had burst into flames.

The fire happened Saturday night at the restaurant in the 1700 block of S. Beckley Road around 9:15 p.m.

Other vehicles also were in the lane, blocking access, so Womack drove his auto over a grass median, pulled up behind the pickup and pushed it forward until it was in the parking lot away from the building.

The driver of the truck was able to get his wife and daughter out of the vehicle safely before it burst into flames, police said.

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When officer Chris Womack showed up, he jumped the curb into the drive-thru lane.

Upon arrival, officers observed a Ford truck engulfed in flames dangerously close to the structure.

Because of Officer Womack's quick thinking nobody in the restaurant or the drive-through was injured and there was no damage to the restaurant.

It's still unclear why the older model pickup truck caught fire.

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"My adrenaline was going a little bit", Womack told Fox.

"I would like to commend Officer Chris Womack". "It was just a God-send that I was here at that particular time".

The quick thinking of the officer might have saved the lives of the employees inside, police said.

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