to connectVideoHero officer drags unconscious 6-year-old boy from a burning home in Ohio
A police officer’s body camera captures the terrifying moments in Cleveland Heights.
A police officer in Ohio who was the first to arrive at the burning home at the weekend, helped in the rescue of a child caught in a dramatic moment captured on video.
The Cleveland Heights Police Department, said the fire was reported at 1 a.m. on a Saturday morning.
The Agent, Josh Robertson, who was the first on the scene and was told by the owner and her six-year-old son had been trapped.
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Robertson then went to the house and began to search for him.
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“I couldn’t see him, but I was just looking for it, and I held him by his shirt and started yanking the man,” he told FOX8.
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He found an unconscious child and pulled him out of the burning house.
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With the acquisition of the six-year-old out of the house, the boy started breathing on his own.
While the officer was soon overcome by the effects of smoke inhalation, officials told FOX8 that no serious injuries have been reported. The cause of the fire is being investigated.