Dana Walling’s trip to Classic BMW in Willoughby Hills, Ohio turned into a day he won’t forget. While taking his car in to get serviced, Dana witnessed a customer getting upset and police officers being called in. The suspect gave chase after the officers found out that he had warrants out for his arrest and shots were fired. Both officers and the suspect were injured. Dana’s military training kicked in and he ran over to help the wounded officers and cuff the suspect. But Dana says he was just doing what he thinks anybody else should do.
Marine risks own safety to help wounded officers
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