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Watch: Police Rescue Pilot Moments Before Train Plows into Crashed Plane

by Breitbart
January 10th 2022, 4:09 am
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Los Angeles police officers successfully rescued an injured pilot just moments before an oncoming train plowed into his crashed plane after an emergency landing.

In the shocking bodycam video that has since gone viral, police struggled to pull the downed pilot from the wreckage of his airplane within seconds of a Metrolink train shattering it to pieces. Take a look:

The pilot reportedly landed (possibly crashed) the aircraft on the railroad tracks between Osborne Street and San Fernando Road near the Whiteman Airport. Exactly what caused the emergency landing and the extent of his injuries remains unknown at this time. He was rushed to the hospital shortly after the heroic rescue. Footage of the intense moment from other angles illustrate just how close the train came to ending multiple lives in an instant:

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