This Deputy Saved A Woman’s Life After He Literally Lifted A Car Off Her Head

“Come here buddy,” Deputy Holt says to the little boy, who comes outside of the car to stand next to him.

Deputy Holt then leans up against the car and his bodycam footage blacks out, but you can hear him using all of his strength to literally lift the car up off the woman.

Facebook; pictured above in a still from Deputy Holt’s bodycam footage, you can see the little boy inside the car

“Through sheer will and determination due to fearing the female may succumb to her circumstance in front of her panic-stricken child, Deputy J. Holt took quick action and was able to physically lift the vehicle up enough for the driver to maneuver her head out to safety,” the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office said.

“The GCSO would like to share a portion of Dep. J. Holt’s body camera video as it captured this tremendous act.”

You can watch the amazing video of Deputy Holt saving this woman here.

This isn’t the first or only time Deputy Holt saved someone’s life though. Just last year he rescued 2 people from a burning house.

“Deputy J. Holt, without regard for his safety, crawled inside the smoke-filled structure and found a female just inside the residence,”  the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office wrote of that harrowing incident.

“Dep. J. Holt was able to low crawl into the residence and remove the female out of the house, by dragging her to safety.”

“Once the first victim was safely removed from the house fire, without hesitation, Dep. J. Holt reentered the structure by low crawling once again and searching for additional victims.”

“Dep. J. Holt found a second victim, later identified as a juvenile resident, about 10 to 15 feet inside the residence.”

“In great peril, Dep. J. Holt continued to try and save the juvenile despite now seeing active flames and feeling intense heat in the house. Exhausted, he was able to grab the juvenile victim by her waist and drag her out the front door to safety as well.”

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