A Pennsylvania man suing the state for wrongful arrest put all that behind him to save a police officer trapped in a burning car.
Daylan McLee, a black man who spent a year in jail after being wrongfully arrested for an incident outside a bar, said he didn't hesitate to save the life of Officer, Jay Hanley, in Uniontown.
McLee sprung into action after a relative ran into his house, saying a crash had occurred involving a police cruiser right outside his home. McLee ran out and helped pulled the officer to safety before the fire spread.
Despite his issues with law enforcement McLee said he didn't hesitate to save a life, "There is value in every human life. We are all children of God, and I can't imagine just watching anyone burn."