Grand Rapids, Michigan (Wood) – Tow truck operator Brandon Dexter got down to business and played a pivotal role in saving lives after A speeding car collided with a house in Wyoming.
“I was talking to a couple of drivers before all this, and the like,” said Dexter, a tow truck worker at a company. “It’s going to be another slow and dead night.” Merle withdrawal service in Wyoming. “We were only planning to wash trucks, do little things here just to stay busy.”
Thanksgiving is just over. Then his seizure took a turn.
He said, “It was a ‘I have to hurry’ issue.
A car flew across Clyde Park Street at about 1:30 a.m. Friday morning and put an old man under it while he was in bed.
Firefighters, police, and Dexter worked together. He propelled a heavy tow truck into the house, and a hole was drilled in the roof for the crane, allowing first responders to lift the vehicle.
Dexter said, “Between the radio, it comes down to me to raise, stop and lower – that kind of thing.” “The fact that (the victim) is still alive at the moment – it feels great.”
That wasn’t the expectation when he started his shift, but it’s a night that he will stay with him for the rest of his life.
He said, “The fact that it was pinned in there for so long was enough to make you rocky just thinking about it.” “Because if anyone is your loved one, you definitely want everyone to do everything they can to get him out.”
As of Saturday evening, there had been no news of the victim’s condition, and he was still in hospital with serious injuries.
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