A New Jersey woman is lucky to be alive after being rescued from her overturned vehicle just as it started to catch fire.
Dashcam footage shows police in the borough of Kinnelon race to the incident just after 6 p.m. on Thursday following a tip-off about someone driving erratically in the local area.
When officers Mark Ehrenberg and Ricky Ferriola arrived on scene, smoke was already coming out of the woman's white 2006 Toyota Solara convertible, which had been turned upside down.
The vehicle's horn was honking but when one of the officers ran over and shouted at the driver, it was apparant that she has been knocked out in the crash.
With smoke already coming from the vehicle the officers had to act fast to get the injured woman free.
It took two minutes for the cops to cut the woman from her seat belt and pull her limp body from the wreckage.
About 30 seconds later the flames are visible, and one of the officers can be heard trying to revive the woman, who is now safely on the other side of the road.