Black man who served two years after wrongful arrest saves white officer from burning vehicle

Black man who served two years after wrongful arrest saves white officer from burning vehicle
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[Ed. – Maybe there’s hope for the species after all.]

A black man has been hailed a hero after he saved the life of a white cop who got trapped in his burning patrol car during a horror crash — despite being wronged by police in the past.

Daylan McLee, 31, from Pennsylvania, ran to help Jay Hanley after he heard the officer get into a crash while having a Father’s Day barbecue at his house on Sunday.

McLee ‘ripped open’ the patrol car’s door and dragged Hanley to safety as the vehicle burst into flames, meaning he escaped with non-life threatening injuries.

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McLee risked his life to save Hanley despite suing the Pennsylvania police department for wrongful arrest in 2018 after he spent a year in jail because officers mistook him for a gunman during a brawl.

He is currently fighting a charge of resisting arrest against the same department. …

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