Moment two Good Samaritan skateboarders hurry to help a NYPD agent who has put his hand in the trunk of a patrol car
- The video appeared on Twitter on Tuesday and shows the agent with his hand stuck in the trunk
- While they were helpless, a young man used their keys to open the front door
- They then flung open the trunk and released the cop's flat hand
- The NYPD has not shared any information about the images or their origin
A video has surfaced of a couple of young skateboarders releasing a NYPD agent after putting their hand in the trunk of their own patrol car.
The recordings appeared on Tuesday and show the officer behind with a hand that appears to have been beaten in the closed trunk. It is unclear how they put themselves in the position.
Standing helpless, a young man with a skateboard unlocked the front door of the car with their keys to open the trunk.
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The officer put his hand in the trunk of his car and stood helpless until bystanders jumped into it
A close-up shows the agents knuckles caught under the trunk
A skateboarder who was in the neighborhood helped. Using the agent's keys, they opened the driver's door and looked for the button to open the trunk
When they couldn't do that, they called others and called: & # 39; Someone help! Help out! Help! & # 39;
Another skateboarder then ran towards him.
The cop called out to them: & # 39; It's behind the wheel! It is next to the wheel. & # 39;
Eventually the agent could let go of his hand. It looked almost flat with at least one of the fingers broken.
They shake with pain while spectators watched.
The clip appeared on the NY Scanner Twitter account on Tuesday, but the police still have to verify it or provide further details about what happened.
A NYPD spokesperson did not respond to questions from DailyMail.com when he was contacted Tuesday.
While the cop was struggling to get his hand under the car, the skateboarder looked for the button to open it
They couldn't find it, so they called on others to help. More men rushed to help the officer
The officer finally got their hand free, but their fingers seemed broken. The NYPD did not comment
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