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He yielded to let the cop merge, then this happened

A random act of kindness in Des Moines by a driver to two cops trying to merge onto the highway didn’t go unnoticed. The officer quickly flashed his emergency lights to signal “thank you” to the driver. We’re not sure if that’s the best part of this story or the story being told in the background on this video about the driver who just wanted to pick up his load.
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Two Kentucky Men Who Led Buffalo Police On A Chase Arrested on Carjacking And Weapons Charges

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