AMHERST COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – The Amherst County Sheriff’s Office has taken to social media to commend one of their deputies for saving a man’s life after he was struck by a train near Stapleton.
According to the social media post, Sgt. Mica Stephen was the first to arrive after the man was struck. He preceded to place a tourniquet on the seriously-injured man and was able to stop the bleeding.
The unidentified man was flown to Charlottesville.
There is no word on the man’s identity or his condition.
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