Texas officer revives 3-year-old with CPR

(Courtesy: Granbury Police Department)
(Courtesy: Granbury Police Department)

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GRANBURY, Texas (KLFY)— A lifesaving moment of a Texas police officer saving a 3-year-old boy was recently caught on camera.

“A frantic mother and father called 911 because their 3-year-old son has stopped breathing and is unresponsive,” said the department’s Facebook post.

According to the Granbury Police Department, Officer Chase Miller was scanning the EMS channel and heard the call.

Realizing that he was just moments away from the location responded to the scene within a minute of the call.

The video shows Officer Miller grabbing the child from the mother and beginning CPR.

As the boy’s parents watched nearby, Officer Miller instructs the father to help so he can retrieve a CPR mask.

Moments later, Officer Miller returns and continues CPR, until finally, the boy begins to breathe again.

Officer Miller was awarded the Life Saving Award on Oct. 18 when he reunited with the boy and his parents.

The little boy’s favorite show is “Paw Patrol” and his favorite character is “Chase.” Officer Miller presented the 3-year-old with his own version of “Chase” to remember him by.

 

(Courtesy: Granbury Police Department)
(Courtesy: Granbury Police Department)