A New Jersey police officer rescued a family from their burning home by catching them as they jumped out of their second story window on Monday.

6abc News says Patrolman Brian Gay arrived first to the scene where a multi-family house in Sayreville was in flames.

A little girl managed to make it out of the fire and alerted Patrolman Gay there were four more people trapped inside the home. The only way for them to escape was by jumping out the window.

Two children, 7 and 10, a 10 month-old-baby and a mother jumped into the officer's arms out of the second-floor window without injuries.

This completely sounds like something out of a movie! Sayreville Police Department posted a video of Patrolman Gay's heroic deed on Facebook:

 

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