STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — A quick-thinking Stafford Township police officer saved a driver in a burning car at a Taco Bell. The vehicle caught fire at the drive-thru window on Route 72 on Sunday.
Officer Oler pulled his cruiser up behind the burning car and pushed it away from the building, preventing it from catching fire.READ MORE: Family Holds Balloon Release For 'Gentle Soul' 17-Year-Old Nasir Muhammad, Gunned Down In Front Of Mom's Home
Officer Oler arrived just in time to assist with a vehicle fire at the Taco Bell drive through today. Great job Officer Oler!! pic.twitter.com/r1EaWnhmos
— Stafford Police NJ (@StaffordPolice) April 26, 2020READ MORE: More Than 800 Baby Turtles Safe In Stockton University's Care Thanks To Quick Thinking, Little Innovation
No one was injured, in large part to the officer’s bravery.MORE NEWS: 'Mom-And-Pop Bakeries Are Dying': Homemade Goodies By Roz May Have To Close Due To Worker Shortage
There’s no word on what caused the fire.