Heroic Deputy Pulls Woman From Fiery Wreck

Thursday, September 29th, 2016 Auto Excess & Surplus Lines Liability

The driver of an 18-wheeler involved in a fiery accident on I-95 in Florence County this week described the deputy that came to their aid as "an angel," in voice messages left for the Florence County Sheriff’s Office. Mohammed Syed, the driver of the 18-wheeler, praised the heroic efforts of the deputies that came to the rescue. Syed said Deputy Tyler Urquhart ran across interstate traffic with no regard for his own safety to rescue a woman trapped in a car in flames. "God bless him, god bless his family, god bless everyone," Syed said. "He’s a great, great guy. I have never seen a heroic person like him before in my life.


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http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/33260339/he-came-like-an-angel-driver-praises-deputys-heroic-rescue-after-car-crash

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