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Greenfield officer credited with saving woman's life

September 14, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Patrolman Blake Crull pulled the woman to safety moments before parts of the vehicle's engine compartment began exploding.

Patrolman Blake Crull pulled the woman to safety moments before parts of the vehicle's engine compartment began exploding.

GREENFIELD, Ind.

— A Greenfield police officer is being credited with saving a woman's life.

9, Greenfield Police Department Patrolman Blake Crull discovered a car flipped on its top and on fire in the 4200 block of East US 40.

Crull ran to the vehicle and found 36-year-old Heather Fischer trapped inside and seriously injured.

Crull quickly searched for a way to get Fischer out of the burning car and was able to pull her through a side window to safety.

Moments later, parts of the engine compartment began exploding.

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Crull," Greenfield Police Capt.

Crull is a 5-year veteran of the Greenfield Police Department.

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