Two Bay St. Louis firefighters extinguish a burning car on Tuesday evening. Moments before, two Bay St. Louis police officers broke out a window of the vehicle and pulled a man to safety.
Two Bay St. Louis firefighters extinguish a burning car on Tuesday evening. Moments before, two Bay St. Louis police officers broke out a window of the vehicle and pulled a man to safety. Sea Coast Echo
Two Bay St. Louis firefighters extinguish a burning car on Tuesday evening. Moments before, two Bay St. Louis police officers broke out a window of the vehicle and pulled a man to safety. Sea Coast Echo

She was leaving work when she saw a crash. Her quick thinking helped save the driver.

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