Firefighters in Michigan pulled a man from his car just before it was hit by a train. Last Friday, firefighters in Portage, Michigan, responded to a report of a car accident and found a badly damaged car and an overturned Jeep in the middle of the tracks.
The Jeep driver was still in the vehicle and was unable to move due to back pain. When firefighters checked the situation, they heard a train whistle in the distance and a railroad crossing signal began to flash. Realizing what was about to happen, firefighters freed the man from the jeep just before the train hit the carriages and dragged him to safety.
The man was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. There are no reports of his current condition, but we can be fairly certain he is in better shape than if he had stayed in the Jeep.
sauce: fox news