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Several Michigan sheriff’s deputies lifted a car that fell over on an unconscious woman after a hit and run Thursday, shows dashcam footage released by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.
The woman was thrown from her car after a car that was moving too fast ran over a stop sign and ran over her in Pontiac, about 30 miles north of Detroit. The driver of the speeding car, who the police identified as 30-year-old Dontonio Tremone Nichols, reportedly jumped out of his vehicle and fled the accident.
A proxy watched the accident and quickly discovered that the victim was trapped under her car and that her 2-year-old was dangling upside down in a car seat.
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Eight deputy sheriff’s got on one side of the car and were able to lift one side far enough to free the injured woman.
“They realized this was life and death, she’s under the car, they couldn’t wait for any kind of help with the destruction, and the jaws of life probably wouldn’t even work,” said Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard , across from FOX2 Detroit. “She didn’t have time to wait, so they got as many bodies in there as soon as possible. [lifted] the car and [pulled] She’s out. “
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Her child was unharmed, according to FOX2 Detroit.
Nichols, who escaped parole according to police, was arrested Thursday night and charged with leaving the scene of the accident, driving with a revoked driver’s license and obstructing police. He’s held on a $ 275,000 bond.