MADILL, Okla. (KTEN) — A Madill police officer's heroism is on display for the world to see after the department posted a harrowing video clip to social media.

The footage, recorded by a dash camera, shows Sgt. JT Moore arriving at the scene of a fiery single car crash late Saturday night along highway 70.

"On my way to it, I could see a glow, and I actually thought it was headlights... the headlights shining up in the air," Moore recalled. "But as I was getting closer, the glow was getting bigger... I didn't see anybody standing around the vehicle."

After quickly assessing the situation, Moore is seen pulling someone away from the burning vehicle.

"I went back, got a fire extinguisher, put out what I could put out and pulled him out of the passenger window," Moore explained. "You see a lot of the smoke. I actually came back out and took a breathe of air. I don't remember doing that. I don't remember how hot it was. I was just focused on getting him out of the vehicle."

This isn't the first time Moore has saved someone's life; he's also a Madill firefighter.

"It's rewarding to save a life, because people get to live and see their family," he said.

The dash cam footage of Moore's actions went viral on Facebook, accumulating thousands of views and even receiving comments from people as far away as England.

Despite the spotlight, JT Moore's attitude remains the same.

"I'm the same person I was that night. Come to work. Do my job. Go home. Be with my kids and wife," Moore said. "It's what we're expected to do. Protect and serve."