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Incredible video shows the lengths two hero police officers will go to rescue a man from a fiery car crash.

It was last September when Montgomery County Police Officers Cody Fields and Brian Nesbitt pulled over to save an unconscious man from a burning car.



Flames were spreading from the engine to the passenger compartment when Officer Fields used his baton to break the window and unlock the door, the department said.

Officer Nesbitt went into the car and helped pull the driver out – just in the nick of time.

Yesterday, the two officers were awarded the Medal of Valor, the department’s highest honor.

“Officers Cory Fields and Brian Nesbitt placed their own lives in danger and exhibited uncommon bravery and dedication when they rescued Mr. Isreal," Chief Tom Manger said in a statement.

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