Man in Wheelchair Rescued from Burning Car

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Man in Wheelchair Rescued from Burning Car

September 24, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

A wheelchair-bound man was rescued from a burning car by Los Angeles Police Department officers on Friday, September 18th. The car suddenly went up in flames while it was traveling near Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Paxton Street.

Officers managed to rescue the man before the car exploded. He was uninjured from the incident. However, he lost his wheelchair from the fire. The police officers banded together to buy the man a new wheelchair. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.

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Source: CBS Los Angeles

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