Family Grateful After Granbury Officer Saves Toddler’s Life

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GRANBURY (CBSDFW.COM) – Dash camera video captured the moment Granbury police officer Chase Miller saved a toddler’s life last weekend.

The video shows Miller pulling into a fast food restaurant parking lot then jumping out of his car to perform CPR on 3-year-old Brayden Guise. At one point Miller instructs Brayden’s father to continue chest compressions while he runs back to his patrol car to grab a CPR mask. He then begins administering rescue breaths.

A few short, yet tense moments later and just before EMS arrived the child began breathing again.

“There was too much going on. I’m very thankful. The mother hugged me and I got a hand shake from the dad. Then they took Brayden to the hospital,” said Miller.

Brayden’s family is thankful Officer Miller was so close by and that he was able to save their son.

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