Police officer rescued 4-year-old girl in Times Square shooting

Alyssa Vogel says her mom instincts kicked in when she raced the girl to an ambulance.
2:30 | 05/10/21

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We're going to turn now to ABC's Kyra Phillips in Washington with the latest headlines for us. Good afternoon, Kyra. Good afternoon, great to see all of you. We begin here now with India's deepening coronavirus crisis. The country pushed to the brink and heading toward one million deaths. As anger grows at the government for not reining in galloping cases, and the failing healthcare system there is not helping. There's a dire shortage of healthcare workers. As case numbers and hospitalizations continue to fall here at home, with about 58% of American adults now vaccinated. The colonial pipeline company has been forced to shut its 5500-mile fuel pipeline, after hackers infiltrated its operations, demanding ransoms. That pipeline carries more than 100 million gallons of fuel per day from Texas to New Jersey. Officials now saying preliminary investigations point to an eastern European criminal organization dubbed darkside. We'll continue to follow it. And you likely saw the images of that police officer there, sprinting to safety, with that 4-year-old in her arms, after the times square shooting on Saturday. Speaking out for the very first time, Alisa Vogel is telling ABC's Stephanie Ramos, in an exclusive interview, that her instincts as a mom just kicked in, as she raced that child to a waiting ambulance. She also told us how strong and calm that little girl was, as she endured that traumatic situation. And we can all breathe a little easier now, after that huge Chinese rocket finally came down. Chinese officials say it slammed into the ocean waters near the Maldives, but the U.S. Says it actually may have happened over the Arabian peninsula. China still taking some heat for that threat that was posed by the out-of-control rocket. And guys, it's one of the largest chunks of space junk ever to fall to Earth. 100 feet, 20 tons, and China is expected to launch we're told at least a dozen more of these rockets, nasa not happy, a lot of concern that China's being negligent here and gambling with rocket re-entry. Okay, they don't know where it landed? It did land. We do know it is not still falling, right? Oh, it landed. Thank goodness. We can breathe a sigh of relief. We're talking about many more, T.J. Oh, wow, great. Always ending on a happy note,

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