Black man rescues police officer, never thought about skin colour

Black man rescues police officer, never thought about skin colour

- A black man identified as Daylan McLee has been praised for saving a white police officer who was pinned in a crashed vehicle

- Daylan said the when he saw the officer in the burning vehicle on Father's Day, Sunday, 21 June , he thought him as his brother in Christ

- McLee said that with that thought, he just could not leave without trying his best to rescue him from the crash scene

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A black man called Daylan McLee has proved that humanity is the only race and the important thing that matters in life is the love we show to each other.

Briefly.co.za learned that, according to PamSuranoKDKA, the black man saw a Uniontown, Pennsylvania police officer trapped at an accident scene and never thought twice about his skin colour before swinging into action.

“I know this man is my brother through Christ and I couldn’t leave him behind,” Daylan said.
A collage of the police officer and a picture showing some people talking to him after the incident. Photo source: Twitter/PamSuranoKDKA

A collage of the police officer and a picture showing some people talking to him after the incident. Photo source: Twitter/PamSuranoKDKA
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a warm moment has been witnessed in Coral Gables, Florida in the United States after police officers and protesters knelt to pray amid the ongoing protests in various parts of America.

George Floyd's cruel death in the hands of police officers sparked outrage across the US and protests emerged which were characterised by looting and clashes between law enforcers and demonstrators.

Briefly.co.za learned that a solemn moment of prayer between officers and protesters played out in Coral Gables.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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