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New York driver pulled to safety from gas station car crash

12 June 2014 Last updated at 17:48 BST

A New York State police officer has saved a man who crashed into a gas station pump after suffering a diabetic shock.

The unnamed driver's car caused the pump to fall over and burst into flames in Harrison, New York.

Fortunately senior police investigator John Vescio was on hand to help.

Good Morning America's Gio Benitez reports.

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