JOPPA, MD—Friday was hardly “just another day at the office” for a few brave police officers in Harford County.
On December 10, in 40-degree temperatures, deputies with the Harford County Sheriff’s Office Southern Precinct dove into the chilly waters of the Bush River to save a 25-year-old woman whose vehicle had plunged into the river.
There has been no word on how the crash occurred or the woman’s condition.
View video from the harrowing rescue below…
Deputies Brave Freezing Waters to Save Life – All in A Day’s Work!
On December 10, 2021, in 40-degree weather, Deputies assigned to the Southern Precinct entered the cold waters of the Bush River to save a 25-year-old woman. pic.twitter.com/TMyFIbXa75
— Harford Sheriff (@Harford_Sheriff) December 13, 2021