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Quick-thinking Boston Police Department officers rescue woman pinned underneath her car

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“Quick thinking officers assigned to District B3 extricate woman pinned underneath a vehicle:

At about 11:05pm on Monday 03/28/22, Officers assigned to District B3 (Mattapan/Dorchester) responded to a call for assistance in the area of 17 Abbot Street.

On arrival, officers located an adult female party whose leg was pinned underneath her motor vehicle. The officers then quickly used a car jack from their cruiser, lifting the car off of the woman’s leg, and allowing her to be pulled from underneath the vehicle.

The victim stated to officers that she exited her vehicle, when the vehicle rolled forward, pinning her underneath the vehicle. The victim was transported to a local area hospital for treatment and further evaluation.” -Boston Police Department.

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Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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