John Holt receives a call about an overturned vehicle and he responds as quickly as he can. He arrives at the scene of the accident to find a car that was flipped over.
There is a child crying while his mother is stuck under the vehicle. Holt needs to act rapidly on the grounds that he can’t be too certain what will occur in the event that he can’t get the lady out.
He first ensures the child is protected and away from the vehicle. The recording of his body cam goes dark as he squeezed himself against the vehicle.
Putting his shoulder under the door jamb, he prepared himself. He told himself he should have simply stood up to lift the vehicle.
You can hear him as he involves everything that is in him right now, snorting as he played out an accomplishment of unadulterated power. He even pauses for a minute to inquire as to whether she can slide out.
Fortunately the lady can get free from the vehicle because of John Holt’s speedy reasoning and courage. The clinical staff shows up and they say the lady will be alright.
He accepts that he is no hero, professing to be another normal cop basically going about his business. The lowliness is dumbfounding and anticipated, coming from a cutting edge hero.