- The Washington Times - Saturday, January 26, 2013

New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker isn’t the only one who can save citizens from burning infernos. It turns out Virginia’s Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is pretty good at it, too. NBC News reports that Mr. Cuccinelli helped a truck driver out of her cab and retrieved a fire extinguisher after noticing the flatbed trailer’s wheels on fire.

The incident occurred on I-64 after the Attorney General was driving through Richmond after a meeting in Stanton.

“Given where it was, it was hidden from her view. Even if the side mirrors she couldn’t see the flames. The flames were underneath,” Cuccinelli told NBC News.