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Sturgeon Bay Police releases body cam from barn rescue

Sturgeon Bay Police Officer Andrew Crabb is being hailed a hero after saving three cows from a barn fire a week ago. The Sturgeon Bay Police Department posted Crabb's body cam footage from June 25th before 6 a.m. showing the officer arriving on the scene of a fire taking place on Stagg Road in the Town of Nasewaupee. Black smoke was billowing out of the barn as Crabb, who ran through an open end. When he arrived, he noticed three cows that were fenced in with a wall of flames behind them. The video posted by the department ends shortly after Crabb undoes the chain for the fence, allowing the three cows to run away. In the comment section that identified Crabb as the hero, Jaci Baer thanks Crabb directly, thanking him for not just identifying and calling in the fire but saving the cattle her dad was housing. She also thanked the firefighters who arrived on the scene to save what they could. 


Screenshot and video courtesy of Sturgeon Bay Police Department



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