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Cop Gets Surgeon And Donated Liver To Transplant Surgery After Car Accident

When Pennsylvania cop Darrick Keppley responded to a call about a car accident last weekend, he got what he expected: finding a disabled vehicle that had skidded off the icy road. What he didn’t expect? Finding a surgeon and a donated liver inside. Turns out, the doc had been en route to a Philadelphia hospital – 60 miles away – to perform a liver transplant.

There wasn’t any time to waste – as the patient waiting for that liver was already in the operating room. So the Keppley offered to drive the doctor, the doc’s assistant, and the organ to the facility.  The good news? Thanks to Keppley’s lights and sirens, everyone made it there safely.

The best news? The surgery reportedly went “very, very well.” 

Source: Associated Press

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