Thanksgiving is just about here.  As you get together with family and friends remember our first responders who are missing the big meal because they are taking care of business.

Just when you thought you did something meaningful today, we have to go and show you this video.

A police officer in New Jersey, according to YouTube:

Hero Cop Saves Man From Burning Car: Cape May Police Officer Scott Krissinger, New Jersey

'A true hero': Dramatic moment cop pulls unconscious driver from burning car and then runs back to save more people

A New Jersey police officer is being hailed a 'true hero' after he ran towards a burning car and pulled out a man trapped inside and dragged him to safety.

Cape May Police Officer Scott Krissinger, 27, saw the burning truck on Monday night on Sunset Boulevard in West Cape May.

He pulled the unconscious driver, Gerald Ferrill, 61, of Mays Landing, out of the car and then went back again to see if there was anyone in the passenger seat.

The incredible rescue was caught on the police officer's patrol car dash cam.

'He didn't hesitate,' Cape May Police Captain Rob Sheehan told NBC10. 'He's a hero in every sense of the word and we're very happy to have him as a member of our department.'

Krissinger, a seven-year-veteran, says he was just doing his job.

'I think any of the officers at the Cape May Police Department would've done the same thing,'