British police officer being called a hero for saving a life on a bridge

@Deepizzaguy (13833)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
December 2, 2017 6:10pm CST
West Yorkshire Police Officer Constable Martin Willis is being called a hero for saving a driver who was stuck inside a van that was on the verge of falling off of a bridge on Friday. A van that was traveling on an icy bridge on the A1M bridge was teetering on the edge of the bridge when Constable Willis held the rear axel of the van long enough so the fire department could arrive and rescue the driver inside the van. The fire department personnel arrived in time to rescue the driver who was inside the van after a collision on the road with another auto. Willis told the driver of the van "whatever you do, do not move" and to stay calm. Constable Willis has thanked everyone who sent him tweets for his act of heroism. The driver of the van is currently in a hospital but will recover from the accident.
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@maezee (32574)
• United States
3 Dec
This is a good story to share. Thanks.
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@Deepizzaguy (13833)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
3 Dec
My pleasure to share a good story on this site.
@franxav (5201)
3 Dec
He did a good work and he is rightly called a hero.
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@Deepizzaguy (13833)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
3 Dec
Constable Willis was the right place at the right time in this story.
@lady1993 (18606)
• Philippines
3 Dec
he sure is a hero for doing that
@JohnRoberts (60125)
• Los Angeles, California
3 Dec
Just like in the movies.
@josie_ (7410)
• Philippines
3 Dec
He was just doing his job, which is to serve and protect. Many public officials go above doing their duties without being notice. It's good to be appreciated once in a while.
@nela13 (7493)
• Portugal
3 Dec
He really deserves be called hero