December 28, 2015 Webster, Mass Police officers responded to a house fire around 12:45 P.M. where residents had been unable to get out of the home that was engulfed in flames. With the fire department still minutes away the three Officers didn’t hesitate to risk their own lives to save others.
December 30, 2015 Jacksonville, Fl. near I-95 northbound side of the Overland Bridge, just south of the Main Street Bridge where construction is taking place a turn of events occurred that could have had a horrific end if not for a construction worker and the efforts of Police Officers who saved a 4 month old baby and her suicidal mother.
December 30, 2015 Fayette County, Al. Bays Lake Road around 6 p.m. Monday 18 year old Peyton Cupit was crossing a spillway she had used many times before as a shortcut in her vehicle to meet up with friends. But she didn’t know how deep the water could get, until it was too late.
Remembering Trooper Justin Casper Wisconsin SP
Not every post from the WideBlueLine is good. It should be remembered that Officers are injured daily, they become disabled, and some pay the ultimate sacrifice. This is a tribute to just ONE Officer named Trooper Casper of the Wisconsin State Patrol.
December 21, 2015 Omaha, Neb. A recruits first day on the job is always exciting, but perhaps not as exciting as the first day of Patrol Officer Anthony Abboud of the Omaha Police Department. While riding with his Field Training Officer (F.T.O. ) going to assist in a foot pursuit with other officers they quickly responded to a house fire that his Sr. Officer Robbie Goering-Jensen saw.
December 21, 2015 Omaha, Neb. James Graffeo was asleep in his basement when he heard a loud boom inside his home. he attemptedto get out of his home by escaping to an upper level of the home and was met by flames. He grabbed his dog and tried getting out of a basement window and passed out. He would have perished had it not been for Officer Jim Barnes.
December 21, 2015 Medford, Mass. Twins not yet a year old were saved from a second floor residence that was on fire by Officers who were first to arrive on the scene according to WCVB news.
NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association published the following video to their Youtube account:
We have nothing to add except hundreds of thousands of Police officers are wounded and disabled beyond the numbers that have been posted by the producers of the video. These numbers have never been counted and those officers are forgotten.
Offer a prayer or a moment of thanks for them and their service if you would because you will never hear about them.
On November 5, 2015 Officer Jeff Redcross was checking a 911 report of a house fire at about 10:30 P.M. upon his arrival the house was full of smoke and he immediately ran to get inside to check for persons inside who may not have gotten out. Luckily he arrived when he did because he found a 68 year old woman who had a cell phone clutched in her hand who had been overcome with smoke inhalation.