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Capitol cop who was filmed screaming for help as he was crushed against metal door is named
(January 14 03:35) Dailymail.co.uk
Officer Daniel Hodges is now said to be recovering and 'doing well' following the frightening ordeal on January 6, the DC Police Department confirmed in a Monday tweet.
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