Aryn Johnson, 20, injured but in stable condition after police officer and good Samaritan pull him from burning car on Lewiston Street in Mechanic Falls, Maine
VIDEO | Maine police officer, Good Samaritan pull driver from burning vehicle
According to the Sun Journal, 20-year-old Aryn Johnson of Norway was driving on Lewiston Street when his vehicle hit some rocks, causing the vehicle to roll onto its side and catch fire.
WATCH: Mechanic Falls Cop & Passerby Pull Victim from Burning Car
Upon arrival, the officer noticed the vehicle was smoking and the driver was trapped. As he worked to peel the windshield away from the car, the vehicle ignited into flames.
Mechanic Falls officer pulls man from burning car
Because of injures sustained in the crash, the officer carried Johnson away from the vehicle to safety.
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