Do you have any first aid or CPR training? We would highly suggest you get that, especially if you have a child in your home. Thanks to the CPR training of this Granbury police officer, a 3-year-old is still alive.

It was 7 p.m. on October 12th when 3-year-old Brayden stopped breathing and his father called 911. While the EMS were in route to the boy, local officer Chase Miller heard the call and responded to the scene on his own.

As Miller arrived at KFC and parked, he could see the frantic parents with their lifeless son in their arms. He immediately rushed over to the child and place him on the ground to perform CPR. As he began performing the rescue, he taught the father how to do it so he could grab a full CPR mask from the car.

The full CPR mask allowed more Oxygen to get into the child’s lungs and after about 2 minutes, he started breathing again. The boy was taken to a nearby hospital where he has fully recovered. The police have not said why the boy stopped breathing in the first place.

In honor of Officer Miller’s courageous actions, the town awarded him a life-saving award. Thanks to his bravery a child is still living and a set of parents are still parents.

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