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'Quick action' saves Rehoboth officer

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Posted: Sunday, July 15, 2012 1:16 am | Updated: 1:43 pm, Wed Aug 15, 2012.

REHOBOTH - Emergency medical technicians usually win praise for helping victims after an accident, but a local EMT is being credited saving a police officer from potentially serious injury when he pulled him out of the way of an oncoming vehicle Friday night.

While police were investigating an incident on Winthrop Street (Route 44) two vehicles heading in opposite directions sideswiped each other and Patrolman Jacob Miranda was struck by the bumper of one of them, police said.

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