Live Rescue: Most Viewed Moments From Bayonne, New Jersey | A&E

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34 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Most Viewed Moments From Bayonne, New Jersey | A&E

  1. came here to affirm that the cop that went with the elderly dude, i wish we saw more of those type of officers in the news and current events, its gives me hope, not much, but hope none the less, good dude.

  2. In any Australian city harbour it would be a blank stare of disbelief at the guy who claimed he went kayaking in his shoes and socks, underwear and pants with wallet and whatnot in pockets. The way he hesitantly
    made up the story as he went along was so contrived. No way would I be swallowing that story.

  3. Anyone who knows.
    What would you do for an anckle break like that if you could not reach help? like if it was the end of the world and you needed to reset it yourself, could you? and would it heal right if you could? i imagine youd have to reset the bone best you could and just hope for the best. but thats why im asking if anyone knows.

  4. In the one with the elderly man.. the paramedic in white that came in did an absolute amazing job descalating the situation by refocusing the elderly man and removing him from the problem.

  5. I toddler son ran through my neighbors discount mulch and bark. Is Tynice he was completely covered with my new printers. All I could think of to do list to take him swimming for hours and that’s the water smell his skin spontaneously came out in the pool. It’s a fantastic trick. All were out!

  6. Imagine being so entitled that you call the paramedics for a splinter. 😂😂😂 lol some baking soda and vinegar will get that right out. 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️ some old people need there phone privileges revoked.

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