NYPD officers who saved children in U-Haul chase honored at Rangers game
A well-deserved honor was given to two NYPD officers who saved children off a street during the deadly U-Haul rampage in Brooklyn.
Officers Hector Santini and Frank Ingebrethsen were recognized for their bravery at Sunday's Rangers game at Madison Square Garden. The two officers were met with cheers and were gifted Rangers jerseys.
Body camera footage captured the duo racing to get students, who were playing during recess, back into the school building.
Weng Sor, 62, is accused of mowing down nine people with a U-Haul truck on Feb. 13 and killing one person.