Hero driver rams OWN pickup truck into teen's speeding car to end dangerous chase
SYRACUSE, Utah (FOX13) -- A 14-year-old boy took his grandfather's car on a joyride, leading police on a high-speed chase that imperiled children in a park and only ended when the driver of a pickup truck used his vehicle as a ram rod to bring the teen's runaway ride to a stop, Fox 13 reported. carshase Image courtesy Bryson and Brandy Rowley The car driven by the teen had torn through a park earlier, not far from where children were playing. The surreal scene was all caught on video. "The person driving the truck could see it was turning back into the park, and he did not want the car to hit all of the children, or any of the children, and he actually pulled his truck in the way so the car collided with the truck," said Officer Erin Behm of the Syracuse Police Department of the actions of Bryson Rowley, whose own kids were playing in the park. Neither driver was injured.
Chevy Duramax pulls Semi truck out of the ditch.
On Christmas Eve, A factory (aside from Exhaust) 2001 Chevrolet Duramax work truck with 280,000 miles on it pulls out a fully loaded 18 wheeler who got stuck in a snowy ditch on a gravel road in MN. The Semi driver had tried to drive himself out, and dug holes with all his drive tires about 2 feet deep. Once we bounced the truck out of its holes, it was pretty easy to drag through the ditch a few feet and back up onto the road.
Chevy Silverado DMAX pulling a jackknifed Semi-Trailer hauling cars out of a ditch.
A semi hauling cars on an icy road couldn't quite make a turn and jackknifed into the ditch. This guy decided to help the trucker and pulled the truck out using his Chevy Silverado Duramax turbo Diesel.
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18 wheeler tow truck tries to move stuck, 95k pound heater.