GRANBURY, TEXAS (NBC) — A police officer in Texas saved the life of a three-year-old boy.
Three-year-old Brayden Geis was visiting his mom at work last week when he spiked a fever, had a seizure and stopped breathing.
Officer Miller was close by and heard the call on his radio.
Even though he wasn’t directly dispatched, he arrived long before the ambulance and immediately started CPR.
Officer Miller was given the city’s life saving award on Tuesday and was joined at the ceremony by Brayden and his family.
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