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 Philly's Finest at Work
Tonight, in my attempt to make this a worthwhile blog, I headed downtown to get some pictures of the beautiful Philadelphia Skyline. Unfortunately, I was sidetracked at 8:00, as a witness for a hit and run accident.

A woman was changing lanes and did not see the car that would crush her door and send her to the hospital. As I pulled to a stop, he sped away. Fortunately, I was able to get the make, model and a portion of the license plate. After a call to 911, two fire engines, and ambulance and a police car were at the scene with 2 minutes. 90 minutes later, I gave a statement to the police and was able to go. I had my son and wife with me and really could not do what I wanted to in regards with the skyline, but I was able to get some pictures of the brave men of the Philadelphia Fire and Police Departments using the jaws of life and nearly every tool in their arsenal to free the driver.

The victim was rushed to a nearby hospital. On a positive note, the police found the car that fled the scene and were searching for the driver.

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