‘Superman’ motorway PC stops van fall

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Image caption PC Willis said he held onto the particular van to stop it toppling more than a bridge

A police officer held onto a van to stop it dropping as it teetered on the edge of the motorway bridge.

The driving force was trapped inside when COMPUTER Martin Willis arrived at the picture on the A1(M) in Yorkshire.

Writing on Twitter, he or she said he grabbed on to the automobile to stop it “swaying in the wind”.

PC Willis, referred to as Motorway Martin to his supporters, said he couldn’t “begin to explain [his] relief” whenever firefighters arrived.

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Image caption A view from beneath the bridge shows the van’s precarious position

‘Where’s your shawl? ‘

The vehicle ended up in the precarious position in order to came off the road near the border among North and West Yorkshire.

Posting on Twitter , PERSONAL COMPUTER Willis described how he attempted to stabilise the vehicle with the driver nevertheless trapped inside.

PC Willis was praised by colleagues pertaining to his swift action.

“Your superman cape isn’t on this photo though! Must have come off within the fracas!, ” PC Adam Pace‏ tweeted.

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Image caption PC Willis he said this individual was relieved to see West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue arrive at the particular scene