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Raw video: Dramatic bodycam footage shows officers save a child’s life, in Kissimmee, Florida.
Police officers in Florida have been hailed as heroes after a dramatic body camera video, and see how their quick actions helped to save the life of one of their 1-year-old child.
She Accomplished in a hurry with her son, MJ, from their home in Kissimmee, on Saturday, after a Gold Fish cracker got stuck in his throat and stopped his breathing. The panicked mother said she waved down a police cruiser who happened to go on the road.
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“I was in the middle of it and waving, he stepped off and said,” What’s the matter? ” and I gave it to him, and told him that he was not breathing,” Zimmerman told FOX35 Orlando, florida.
Body camera footage of the Kissimmee Police department shows an officer sitting with MJ to his knees, and repeated thumping on the child’s back. At least five officers responded to assist with the rescue.
“He’s not responding,” the officer says as he continues a modified Heimlich maneuver.
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A few minutes later, a different officer will look at MJ’s face, and said, “He’s turning purple.”
The officers did not give up, turn the child over onto his back and tapping on his chest. If they continue with their efforts to revive the child, and Emphasizing screaming her son’s name in the background.
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Sgt. By Putriment, eventually, using a life support mask MJ, who then took in a breath of air, FOX35 reported. Zimmerman said that he had stopped breathing for at least 10 minutes.
The only 1-year-old was taken to a hospital for treatment.
The Deputy Chief Betty of the Netherlands, called the rescue a “great display of teamwork.
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“There’s no feeling like saving someone’s life, and that’s what he was doing, and that’s what they’ve done,” Holland told FOX35.
Zimmerman told the station that the AR is at home is doing well and would like to meet with the government officials, who helped to save his life….