Now, to that jaw-dropping moment caught on tape. A texas police officer pushing a woman out of the way of an oncoming car just in the nick of time. This morning, they are both speaking out about what... See More
Now, to that jaw-dropping moment caught on tape. A texas police officer pushing a woman out of the way of an oncoming car just in the nick of time. This morning, they are both speaking out about what exactly happened. Abc's ryan owens has the story. Reporter: A week after officer phillip standefer pushed her out ofhe way of this oncoming car and saved her life, sara has trouble putting her gratitude into words. Thank you doesn't cover it. Reporter: It was the 19-year-old student, talking to officers about a fender-bender she just witnessed. Watch as the dan, with an alleged drunk driver behind the wheel, blows into the police car. Officer standefer grabs her and pushes her to safety. Knew she didn't see the car coming. So, I just moved. And got her out of the way. Reporter: In fact, while beaty was safe, the man who just saved her was actually pinned between those cars. I looked at my leg and saw it didn't look like it was pointing in the direction it should have been. I remember hitting the concrete and closing my eyes again because I wasn't sure if i was going to open them up. Reporter: Beaty escapes with just a few scrapes on her face. Officer standefer's leg is still bruised. But he has nothing more serious than a few pulled muscles. My job is to serve and protect people. I'm humbled by the opportunity to do so. If he hadn't been there, i don't know what would have happened to me. Reporter: A humble hero that nearly sacrificed himself to save a stranger. For "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas.
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